One means of sharing files between OS X systems such as MacBook Pro laptops is to use the Bluetooth wireless capability built into the systems. You can enable Bluetooth file sharing by opening System Preferences then selecting Bluetooth Sharing. Once you've enabled Bluetooth sharing on both devices, you can send files from one to another or browse the Public folder on one from the other. To share files and folders between devices using Bluetooth, the devices need to be fairly close to one another, since the range for Bluetooth short-wavelength UHF radio waves is typically less that 10 meters (approximately 33 feet), though the maximum possible range is about 100 meters (approximately 330 feet) - see Bluetooth Range.
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