AirDrop is pretty much magic for folks like me who need to swap files between iOS devices and Macs on a daily basis. But even if you need the service on a more sporadic basis, you might benefit from checking out the video above. In it: I talk about why I love AirDrop, what I use it for, a few troubleshooting tips, and files you might not necessarily want to transfer between your Mac and iOS devices.
Also, ukulele solos. Because music is fun.
Like the video? Have questions about AirDrop? Got a good question, thought, or idea I can cover in next week's video? Sound off in the comments.
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