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Geoff Duncan Jan 31
Don't mind me, just adding Continuity Camera to the list of Apple technologies that are complete and utter bullshit.
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Geoff Duncan Jan 31
Replying to @geoffduncan
Here are the stated requirements: • Mac and iOS device have both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on • Your Mac and iOS device are signed in to iCloud with the same Apple ID using two-factor authentication • Mac macOS Mojave+, iOS 12+
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Geoff Duncan
So, literally, if you physically plug an iOS 12+ device into a Mac running Mojave or better, you can't use Continuity Camera unless: • You have Internet access • You turn on all the radios • You use iCloud • You comply with Apple's 2FA regime That's some quality work.
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Geoff Duncan Jan 31
Replying to @geoffduncan
Oh, I forgot: the devices have to be on the same WiFi network (more accurately, they seem to have to be in a single address pool serviced by the same WiFi router). So if you don't have WiFi — even though there is no actual reason you need it! — you cannot use Continuity Camera.
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