Apple’s Enhanced Continuity Camera And More Features

Verify the system requirements.

Continuity When your devices are close to one another and configured as follows, the camera will work:Both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are turned on on your Mac and your iPhone or iPad.
Using two-factor authentication, your Mac, iPhone, or iPad are all signed in with the same Apple ID.
Your iPhone or iPad is running iOS 12 or later, and your Mac is running macOS Mojave or later.

You can use Continuity Camera on your Mac in these supported apps:

  • Finder
  • Keynote 8.2 or later
  • Mail
  • Messages
  • Notes
  • Numbers 5.2 or later
  • Pages 7.2 or later
  • TextEdit

Take a picture

  • Open a compatible Mac application.
  • Choose one of the following:
  • Control-click the area of the programme window where you wish to place the photo. Select Insert from iPhone or iPad > Take Photo from the pop-up shortcut menu. You can carry out this action on the desktop or in a Finder window.
  • Insert from iPhone or iPad > Take Photo can be chosen from the File menu (or Insert menu, as appropriate).
  • The iPhone or iPad opens the Camera app. To take a photo, tap the Take Picture button. After that, tap Use Photo. On your Mac, your picture appears in the window.

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document scan

  • Open a compatible Mac application.
  • Choose one of the following:
  • Control-click the area of the programme window where you wish to place the photo. Make the selection Insert from iPhone or iPad > Scan Documents from the shortcut menu that appears. You can carry out this action on the desktop or in a Finder window.
  • Insert from iPhone or iPad > Scan Documents can be selected from the File menu (or Insert menu, as appropriate).
  • The iPhone or iPad opens the Camera app. Place your document in the camera’s field of view and wait for the scan to complete.
  • If you need to take a scan manually, tap the take photo or one of the volume buttons, drag the edges to make the scan fit the page, and then tap Keep Scan.
  • When you’re finished, either press Save or add more scans to the document. Your Mac’s window displays your scans as a PDF.

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