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For Macbook Pro Mid2010: Why not build a WiFi based AirDrop solution between iOS8 and Yosemite? Really sad it does not work.

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For Macbook Pro Mid2010: Why not build a WiFi based AirDrop solution between iOS8 and Yosemite? Really sad it does not work.

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Your Mac is too old
To Airdrop between a Mac an iOS device
System Requirements
To see if your Mac works with AirDrop, make sure you’re in the Finder by clicking the desktop (the background area of your screen), or by clicking the Finder icon in the Dock. Then, check to see if AirDrop is listed as an option in the Go menu. If you don't see AirDrop listed, your Mac doesn't support this feature.
In order to transfer files between a Mac and and an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
your iOS device needs to include a lightning connector
your iOS device needs iOS 7 or later installed
your Mac needs to be a 2012 or later model with OS X Yosemite installed
Your Mac and iOS device both need bluetooth and Wi-Fi turned on. You do not have to be connected to a specific Wi-Fi network.
To transfer files between two Mac computers, you need the Mac models listed below with Wi-Fi turned on and OS X Lion or later installed.
From:
Mac Basics: AirDrop lets you send files from your Mac to nearby Macs and iOS devices - Apple Support

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