macOS Mojave: How to Use Continuity Camera

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Continuity Camera is a new feature in macOS Mojave that lets you quickly scan documents and take pictures to use on your Mac. You’ll need to be running iOS 12 and macOS Mojave to get started.

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Continuity Camera

Continuity Camera can be found in multiple areas of macOS Mojave, at least with Apple’s apps.. For example, you can right-click in Finder, click Import From iPhone, then choose Take Photo or Scan Document.

Image of Continuity Camera in Finder.

Continuity Camera in Finder

In Pages/Numbers/Keynotes, you’ll find it under the Insert menu in the menu bar. In Mail: Create a new message then File > Import From iPhone or iPad.

Once you activate it, your iPhone or iPad’s camera will automatically activate. Take a photo or scan the document you need, then it will transfer over to your Mac.

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Brutno

Andrew, how are the files transferred? Do you need and iCloud account or can you use a direct connection or Bluetooth?