Use AirDrop to Move Safari Tabs On your iPhone or iPad, tap on the Share button while viewing a website in Safari. Next, select the device you want to send it to. On your Mac, click on the Share button from the Safari toolbar. Here, select the “AirDrop” option.
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Sync files from your Mac to iPhone or iPad
In Contacts, drag a contact from On My Mac to All iCloud, or export your contacts as Vcards, then manually sync with the Finder.
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Connect your iPhone to your computer in the first step. On your Mac, click the "Device" button above the sidebar of the iTunes window in the iTunes software. Select "File Sharing" from the drop-down menu. From the list on the left, choose the app to which you want to transfer a file.
Free download and install Recoverit Mac data recovery software on your computer, follow the next steps to perform Mac data recovery. Select a data recovery mode. To recover data from MacBook Air, you can go to select the option "Deleted Files Recovery" to get started.
Click on the Apple icon in the upper-left corner of the screen. Choose System Preferences > Sharing. Then, enable the checkbox next to File Sharing in the left panel. Click on the Options button and, from the window that appears, enable the checkbox next to Share files and folders using SMB.
Transfer wirelessly. Open a Finder window, go to Applications, open the Utilities folder, then double-click Migration AssistantMigration AssistantUse Migration Assistant to copy all of your documents, apps, user accounts and settings to a new Mac from another computer. Migration Assistant copies all of your files from your old Mac to your new Mac so that you don't have to copy them manually. and follow the onscreen instructions. Make sure both computers are connected to the same network, and keep the computers near each other throughout the migration process.
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Copy files from a storage device. Connect the storage device to your MacBook Air using an appropriate adapter if necessary (see MacBook Air accessories). Then drag files from the storage device to your MacBook Air.
Connect iPod touch to your Mac. You can connect using USB, or if you set up Wi-Fi syncing, you can use a Wi-Fi connection. In the Finder sidebar on your Mac, select your iPod touch. Note: To use the Finder to transfer files, macOS 10.15 or later is required.
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