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Often when you want to share photos with someone, you'll either text it or email it. While that will work, it can be much faster to just use AirDrop to send the picture(s) to them. The only requirement is that both devices have to be from Apple.

AirDrop isn't just for photos. You can use it to transfer almost anything that you can share. For example, you can AirDrop a website from your iPad to your friend's phone, which is great if they want to bookmark it to read later. You can also AirDrop text from Notes to someone else's iPad or iPhone. The feature can even handle information like playlists, contact information, and locations you've pinned in Apple Maps.

To use Air Drop:

First make sure Air Drop is enabled

Open the Settings app.

Tap General.

Tap AirDrop.

Choose a setting from three options: Receiving Off, Contacts Only, and Everyone.

To Air Drop to someone:

Open the item you want to share

Tap Air Drop

A list of local devices / contacts will appear

Tap the device or person's name you want to share the file with

The receiving person will get notification you are sending them an air drop, they click accept, and the item is sent

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