How to use AirDrop to share Photos, Videos, Contacts and Other Files in iOS 7
2. Enable AirDrop by swiping up from the bottom of the screen if you hadn't already done so to access the Control Centre and pressing the AirDrop icon. Again just like Step 1, this must be done on all the devices you want to transfer content to or from.
1. Turn on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth either in Settings or swipe up from the bottom of the screen to access the Control Panel.This will have to be done on all devices you want to transfer the content to or from.
3.Choose who you want to be discoverable to, everyone? or just those in your contacts!
Apple iOS 7 was launched on the 18th September 2013 with a great new feature called AirDrop, this enables you to send a picture, contact, video or map location to other iPhone 5's, 4th generation iPad's and iPad Mini's and the 4th generation iPod Touch using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, it can't be used through a cellular network but can be used with devices not sharing the same Wi-Fi connection, an iCloud account is also required. Below are the 6 easy steps to Airdrop. If you found this guide helpful then please click a banner to help fund the site, thanks :)
4.Open the picture you want to send and hit the share button in the lower left corner (the square with the arrow pointing up).
5. Select which device you would like to send the picture to. Devices in range with AirDrop enabled should appear as circles below the image and then all you need to do is hit the icon to connect to the desired device.
6. This is what the other person sees, they simply hit Accept and the picture is saved in their Camera Roll, the process is the same for videos, maps and contacts.