AirDrop has been designed to be the quickest way to share files between two Macs, whether or not they are on the same network, even if there is no wi-fi network present. AirDrop creates an immediate, temporary, ad-hoc connection when the users of both Macs navigate to AirDrop in Finder.
This is great for MacBook users on a train or plane wanting to share a file quickly and easily. But what if you want to use AirDrop and Apple tells you that it is not supported on your Mac? Why won’t AirDrop let you easily share files over an ethernet network in the office? It turns out, it is possible to enable AirDrop on some Macs that don’t currently have it. Read on to see how.