If you needed to copy and paste something between my iPhone and Mac, you would both e-mail it to yourself or use a cloud-synced note app like Evernote. Today though, the entirety changed: due to the fact we found there’s an in-built way to copy and paste between Apple devices.
if you needed to move a bit of textual content from your phone to your computer. For some reason, in this particular circumstance, you must remember that back in 2009 you must use to have a fancy little clipboard app that allowed you to do this easily. “Did this exist still?” you will see that
then is there any suitable online sleuth would in this state of affairs and here’s the shocking part when you search on Google.
Anyway, it turns out there’s an in-built feature on Apple devices that lets you copy and paste between them.
How to copy and paste between different Apple devices?
Firstly, you want to make certain a few things are in order. These are that:
- Your devices are signed in to the same iCloud account
- Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are becoming on
- Once you’ve done that, you need to enable Handoff. To do so on iOS (or iPadOS) go into Settings. Then choose General and head into AirPlay & Handoff. It needs to appear like this:
If you’re looking to allow cross-device copy and paste on macOS, you need to head into Settings on that computer too. From there, click on General, and put a tick next to the section that mentions Handoff. Specifically, this one:
Once all that’s done, you should be able to copy and paste between your Apple devices to your heart’s content. This works with text, images, and videos.