Apple may have done the coolest drag and drop demo ever
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Apple may have done the coolest drag and drop demo ever

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At today’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple showed off its new version of macOS, and with it a feature called Universal Control, which lets you use your Mac’s mouse or trackpad to control the cursor on an iPad or another Mac’s screen, reaching into and across multiple devices. On paper it doesn’t sound that groundbreaking, but Craig Federighi did something really cool during the demo: he moved his cursor onto an iPad, then clicked on a photo and dragged it across two other computers to drop it into a Final Cut timeline.

The feature is called Universal Control, and could be incredible if it actually works this well.

While Logitech’s Flow and programs like Synergy have similarly allowed users to easily jump between computers,…

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