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It's not so hard thankfully. If you aren't fussed about having the visual of the device hardware, simply: Plug your iPad or iPhone into your Mac. Open Quicktime Player on your Mac (easily found with Spotlight) Click File > New Movie Recording A popup will appear with the inbuilt camera on, disregard this and click the small arrow next to the record ...


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You can use the vnc connection from the Mac B to Mac A write in the Safari.app vnc://Mac A and enable screen sharing in the System preferences Let me know if you need other information or the other solution can be TeamViewer


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If you are happy to have content on the Mac projecting the image, you can use remote access via VNC or ARD. This approach has Mac A acting as a gateway to view and control Mac B. Virtual Network Computing / VNC You can use VNC to remotely connect to and control another computer. VNC is free and built into OS X. VNC has the benefit that you can use two ...



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