The apple company announced in the last hours through a support document that the service ‘Back to my Mac’ will be removed from all versions of macOS on July 1, 2019. With this tool, users could easily connect to another Mac remotely and manage it without being on the same network.
Although this announcement had already been made in 2018, it was only a few hours ago that Apple confirmed the fact, assuring that from July 1st 2019 it will cease to exist.
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Initially Apple warned that ‘Back to My Mac’ support would be removed only in Mojave macOS, but the updated wording of the support document suggests that the function will be removed from all versions of macOS .
Users of this feature don’t have to worry, as they have a number of alternatives that they can use on the Mac to control it remotely, or to access their documents.
For example, they can access their files on all their devices, storing them on iCloud Drive, or use an external tool to control the screen and manage the Mac remotely. One of the most widely used options is TeamViewer, but Cupertino’s firm also recommends its Apple Remote Desktop remote management tool.