Apple’s Remote Desktop service is a massive pain to use, but the company is finally making it easy to access.
The new app is available now on iOS, Mac, and Windows, and it lets users use a remote desktop to access apps from their home or on their computer, including the popular Office apps.
This app, which is not yet compatible with the new MacBook Air, is also compatible with a number of other Apple devices, including iPhones and iPads.
Here’s how you can use it: Open the app from the Home screen.
Tap the Settings button at the top.
Tap Remote Desktop.
The app will show up.
Select an account.
Type a password.
When you get a confirmation that the account is connected, tap Connect.
You can then browse the desktop with the keyboard, scroll through the list of apps, and view the time on the clock.
You will also be able to connect your remote desktop from the Finder to the Mac.
This method does not work with all devices, and some are incompatible.
You may also need to turn off the Apple keyboard to access the desktop.
When connected to your Mac, this app will ask you to set a password for the remote desktop.
If you do not have a password, Apple recommends you use the password you entered when setting up the account.
You must then set the password manually.
You might also need a second Apple password, as the service has changed the password to a random number.
When the app is connected to a Mac, it will also ask you for the password and your home directory.
You should enter this password every time you want to use this app, so make sure it is correct.
Once connected, the app will automatically refresh your desktop and show you the time.
You need to keep an eye on the time for at least 10 minutes before using the app again.
To access the Mac version of this app on your Mac: Open Home > Preferences > General > Preferences.
In the preferences, select the General tab.
Under Advanced, select Show desktop.
Select the Apple Remote Desktop option in the General menu.
Click the Enable button in the Add button.
You’ll need to click the Refresh button at this point to get the app back.
To connect to your Apple Mac: From your Home screen, tap the Settings icon.
Tap General > Settings.
Select Advanced > Advanced Settings.
Under Remote Desktop, click Connect.
Choose the Apple remote desktop option from the Advanced menu.
Type your Apple password.