• Understand and manage OS X peripheral connectivity
• Pair Bluetooth devices to your Mac
• Troubleshoot peripheral and driver issues
Apple pioneered the concept of automatic peripheral support with the original Mac. This feature, commonly known as plug-and-play, is now supported with varying success in all modern operating systems. Peripheral hardware has also improved, as now the most common connectivity standards support hot-pluggable or even wireless connections. OS X supports all popular modern peripheral standards, demonstrating Apple’s continued commitment to making peripheral use as easy as possible.
At the start of this lesson, you’ll learn how OS X supports different peripheral technologies. ...