Apple’s latest operating system, macOS 14 Sonoma, comes with a host of exciting features. However, it has also brought along a range of issues, including a recent one that affects the functionality of iPhone Widgets and Continuity features. In this guide, we’ll explore the problems users are encountering and potential solutions.
Problems with Continuity Feature
Continuity is designed to seamlessly integrate various Apple devices, enabling a smooth user experience. One notable feature of Continuity is the ability to use iPhone widgets on your Mac. Unfortunately, users have reported several issues:
- Widget Loading Problems: iPhone widgets may fail to load on the Mac.
- Refresh Issues: Widgets may not refresh automatically or manually.
- Unexpected Behavior: In some cases, attempting to use a widget on the Mac might open the corresponding app on the iPhone instead. Users might even receive a prompt saying, “Open <app> on iPhone to continue.”
Is There a Solution?
Regrettably, as of now, there is no known workaround to resolve these issues. The lack of a solution could be due to the problem not receiving significant attention, with few users reporting it. It’s possible that Apple is unaware of this issue or that it’s not currently a top priority for them.
What You Can Do
To address this problem, it’s advisable to file a bug report with Apple promptly. By doing so, you can make Apple aware of the issue and increase the likelihood of a fix being developed and rolled out in a future macOS update.
While there is currently no immediate solution for the iPhone Widgets and Continuity issues on macOS 14 Sonoma, reporting the problem to Apple is a crucial step. Apple’s awareness of the issue will likely lead to a patch being released to address the problem in a future update. Keep an eye on official Apple updates, and we will update this guide accordingly once a solution becomes available. Stay tuned for further developments.