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Apple added an amazing eco-system feature that helps you stay connected to all your Apple devices. All Apple devices are directly interrelated with each other such as iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and others. If you save a file or anything on any one of the Apple device, you can easily access the same file from another Apple device.

Additionally, you can easily change the device in the middle of your work with the assist of Handoff feature. But there is only one drawback in setting up Handoff on Mac and iPhone/iPad. It works with multiple apps; so even if you don’t want it to work on apps like Calendar, Keynote, and Maps, the feature will sync them automatically without you permitting it. 

Handoff feature works with apps such as Calendar, Contacts, Reminders, Pages, Keynote, Numbers, Maps, Messages, Mail, and Safari.

Despite the fact that it has drawback, Handoff is still quite a great and nice feature that makes things faster and easier for you.

So if you want to sync your iMessages between Apple devices and don’t want to use the Handoff feature because it works on all apps and you only want to sync your iMessages, you can use the information we have provided below.

Note: We are not using the Handoff feature in this tutorial; we are only going to show you how you can sync iMessages between your Apple devices easily.

So, here is how to iMessages between your Apple devices easily.

How to Sync iMessages to your iPhone and iPad

The first thing to do here is to launch the “Settings” app on your iPhone. Then tap on Messages. 


Then search for Send & Receive option from the list and then tap on it.


Your iPhone will present you all the phone numbers and email ids you have registered with Apple ID.


Now tap on each ID to check or uncheck.

Throughout this process, please make sure that your email address is displayed next to your Apple ID. You should try to sign in with your Apple ID if the email id is not displayed. An additional vital issue to look for is that your primary phone number should be selected under the section: Start New Conversations From.

So go over the above steps on other iOS devices you have such as iPad, etc; doing this will enable you to send and receive iMessages on iPhone, iPad, and Mac also.

That’s all.

How to Sync iMessages on Mac

Now, let’s see how you can sync iMessages from your Mac.

Launch the Messages app from the Launchpad or Spotlight Search or Dock. Then click on Preferences menu.


Now click on Accounts button from the top.


So you can see your Apple ID email address below the Settings button. If not found, you can add your Apple ID by clicking the “+” sign at the bottom of the screen.


Then click on your Apple ID.

After your Apple ID must have been added, you can then see the same options presented to you on your iPhone/iPad. Then below your Apple ID is a checkbox, then click on it to enable this account. And ensure that the checkbox is checked.


Below the bottom of this dialog box, confirm that your phone number is chosen in the drop-down menu. The menu is given under “Start new conversations from".

All the above guide we enable you to receive the same messages on all your Apple device you’ve connected.

We’ve also take our time to explain how you can turn iMessages off on all your connected Apple device, if you wish to turn them off or disable it. Doing this will stop your Apple devices not to sync iMessages to eachother anymore. 

So follow the below step to know how to turn it off.

How to Turn Off iMessage on iPhone and iPad

Open the “Settings” app on your iPhone or iPad device. Then tap on Messages.


Now you click on the iMessaage toggle button to toggle-off the option. 


How to Turn Off iMessage On Mac

Open Messages from Launchpad or Spotlight Search or Dock. Then click on Preferences menu.


Now click on Accounts button from the top.


Then uncheck “Enable this account”.


That’s all, you’ve disable iMessage on Mac

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