Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Use Continuity Camera, part of macOS Mojave New Features.
- [Instructor] A new feature called Continuity Camera…allows you to take pictures from the built-in camera…on an iPhone or an iPad, and immediately transfer them…to your Mac.…You have to have macOS Mojave or newer on your Mac,…and you need iOS 12 or newer on your iPad or iPhone,…and this also requires an iCloud account.…So here on my Mac, I'll go to System Preferences,…to the iCloud category, just to confirm…that I'm signed into my account.…But there is one other extra thing we need to look for.…You must have two-factor authentication enabled…for your iCloud account.…
I can check that by going to Account Details,…then I can go to the Security tab.…Two-factor authentication is an extra security measure…for your iCloud account.…If you do not have it turned on,…you can enable it from here,…but please be careful with this.…It does make your account more secure,…but it also makes it harder…to sign into your iCloud account,…and you have to jump through several hoops…just to get it enabled.…If you need to learn more about how iCloud works,…
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