Apple explains how it’s making your iPhone a full-fledged webcam for your Mac


Sean Hollister

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  • Jan 1, 1970

Apple software developer Karen Xing details and demos Continuity Camera. | Screenshot by Sean Hollister / The Verge

It was easy to laugh yesterday when Apple revealed that you’ll soon be able to stick an iPhone on the back of your Mac to get a better webcam. Some joked that Apple design legend Jony Ive was off crying somewhere. Others wondered whether this was truly the best Apple could come up with after years of grainy MacBook images and how the Apple Studio Display’s camera fell short.

Apple will let you use your iPhone as a webcam with continuity #WWDC22

— The Verge (@verge) June 6, 2022

But today, Apple software engineer Karen Xing spent some time explaining how the new Continuity Camera feature for macOS Ventura will actually work at WWDC 2022 — and it sounds seriously impressive. It could make your iPhone a...

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