How can I stop the handoff between iPhone and Mac?

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Apple recently added a new handy feature to products called Handoff. If you use the same Apple ID on iPhone, iPad and MacBook, you can transfer progress from one Apple device to another. It’s an interesting feature that allows you to search for apps or websites across multiple Apple products.

For example, when you use the browser on iPhone, you will see a pop-up app saying “ Google Chrome from iPhone ” on the bottom bar of your MacBook dock. When you click and open this app, the page you are using will be loaded in your iPhone browser. In simple words, it will transfer tab from iPhone to Mac.

How can I stop the handoff between iPhone and Mac?

Handover works if you’re signed in with the same Apple ID on all your devices, and your devices have Bluetooth turned on in Settings and are within Bluetooth range of each other.

How do I stop the handoff and remove the pop from iPhone?

Here are simple steps to stop and remove handover between Mac, iPhone and iPad. ‘ from the iPhone popup on your MacBook

For iPhone and iPad

How can I stop the handoff between iPhone and Mac?
  1. Go to settings
  2. Look for a General option
  3. Now click Airplay and Handoff (For iOS 12 users, the option is Handoff only)
  4. Switch off the transfer here and you’re done!

For Mac

  1. Open the Apple menu
  2. Click on System Preferences
  3. Go to General
  4. Here turn off “ Allow handover between this Mac and your iCloud devices ”
How can I stop the handoff between iPhone and Mac?
How can I stop the handoff between iPhone and Mac?
How can I stop the handoff between iPhone and Mac?

Conclusion: With Apple products, you will notice handover between them. If you want to stop handing the apps from your iPhone to Mac or vice versa, you can disable the option in simple steps.

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