How to hand off Mail, Messages and more from Apple Watch to Mac

Apple Watch relies heavily on iOS Continuity features like Handoff to ease the load, in some cases transferring to iPhone complex tasks that require a keyboard or access to a full-fledged app. Not documented in the Apple Watch user guide, however, is the ability to transfer these same tasks to Mac.



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How to enable Apple's Handoff feature between your iOS devices and Mac

One of the key features of Continuity across Apple devices is Handoff. Handoff allows Apple’s first-party apps and any third party developers to send an app’s data seamlessly between devices so you can “pick up where you left off.”



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Continuity tips: How to enable or disable iPhone cellular calls on Mac & iPad

Made available with iOS 8, Continuity and Handoff on iOS and the Mac enable users to receive SMS messages, phone calls, and more across devices. First in our series of tips, here’s how to turn on (or off) phone call forwarding to your Mac and iPad.



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