Apple removed the Back to My Mac iCloud feature from macOS Mojave in the fall after giving a head up on the removal in August. Now, an update to the support document for the feature updates that Back to My Mac will expire in July for it sounds like any MacOS version.
When Apple removed Back to My Mac from macOS Mojave, it offered a few users Options:
However, with MacOS Mojave, Apple starts relying on iCloud Drive for synchronizing files between Macs, using screen sharing for remote access or use of the more robust Apple Remote Desktop app.
As we noted at that time, Apple's Remote Desktop app has not been updated since 201
Yesterday, Apple updated a support document to Back to My Mac (via MacRumors), and it sounds as if the feature is passing away for all MacOS users.
From July 1, 2019, the Back to My Mac service is not available in any other version of macOS.
What do you think? Did you like to install Mojave to continue using Back to My Mac? Or have you already moved to other options? Share your thoughts in the comments below!
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