Apple’s AirDrop feature is a popular way to share files on smartphones and tablets from Apple, which eliminates part of the file-sharing limitation that Bluetooth offers in these devices. If you have an iOS 7 or higher you will already have it installed on your iPad 4, Mini, iPod Touch fifth generation or same if you have an iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5C or 5S, Iphone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.
So why not learn how to make best use it!
First, you must verify that the feature is on and the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections are working. Simply pull the screen up and down turn all that needs to be activated. If the icons are white, means that they are already active.
You can select to just share between contacts or chose the “everyone” option.
You can now go into photos, select the photo to share with your iPad.
You may also share from your Notes app. In addition to notes, you can send photos, saved tickets from Passbook, phone numbers, contacts, and other files.