Apple introduces iPhone mirroring in macOS 15 Sequoia

macOS 15 Sequoia update

WEB DESK: At its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) today, Apple introduced macOS 15 Sequoia, a major update that incorporates several new features from iOS 18, alongside a groundbreaking Continuity feature known as iPhone Mirroring.

iPhone Mirroring allows users to view and control their iPhone directly from their Mac. This innovative feature mirrors the iPhone’s display on the Mac, showcasing everything from icons and the Home Screen to individual apps.

Users can open any app directly from their Mac, with audio seamlessly transmitted from the iPhone to the Mac. Importantly, the iPhone remains locked during this process, ensuring security and privacy by preventing unauthorized access.

In addition to iPhone Mirroring, macOS 15 Sequoia brings iPhone notifications to the Mac, integrating them with existing Mac notifications for a unified experience. This integration allows users to stay updated on their iPhone alerts without switching devices. Moreover, the update includes a convenient drag-and-drop functionality, enabling users to transfer items and files effortlessly from their Mac to their iPhone.

macOS 15 Sequoia represents a significant step forward in Apple’s ecosystem integration, enhancing productivity and user experience by bridging the gap between iPhones and Macs.

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