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Share your Mac’s Cursor & Keyboard with Universal Control

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Use the keyboard, mouse, or trackpad of your Mac to control up to two other nearby Mac or iPad devices.

When using Universal Control, you can share your cursor and keyboard with multiple devices. As an example, you could user your trackpad and keyboard from your Mac with your iPad! Each device shows its own screen and apps, but you can use a single keyboard, mouse, or trackpad to move the cursor, type, and even copy content between them. See how to use Universal Control with a Mac and iPad in this video for Universal Control.

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