Airdrop used to work fine between my iPhone 6 and Mac OS X running El Capitan. However, I am unable to establish a connection at all using my new iPhone X. I have tried signing in and out of iCloud, hard reset of the iPhone, made sure that my devices are discoverable by Everyone, bluetooth on, wifi on, personal hotspot off, etc. Yet when I try to share a photo from the iPhone via Airdrop, all it shows is that message "Airdrop. Share instantly with people nearby. If they turn on AiDrop from Control Center on iOS or from Finder on the Mac, you'll see their names here. Just tap to share." I have tapped dozens of times. No devices are ever showing up. It has been this way since day one of owning an iPhone X. What am I missing here? This used to be so easy. --- Post Merged, Jan 1, 2018 --- Okay, I went into control center (by swiping down from the top left corner). Then I 3D touched on the network settings (upper left group of 4 icons). This brought up a screen showing several settings, including the fact that Airdrop is set to Everyone. I set it to Receiving Off and then back to Everyone. That seems to have fixed it. --- Post Merged, Jan 1, 2018 --- Now I am trying to share a 2nd photo. Airdrop on the iPhone no longer sees the mac again. This function is extremely inconsistent now. I gave up and just emailed it to myself. Airdrop is too broken.