Apple’s upcoming Continuity Camera feature, which lets you wirelessly use your iPhone as a webcam, is one of the features I’m most excited about in the next version of macOS and iOS, and it looks like I’m not alone in that. . Apple software engineer Jonathan Wight has already created 3D printable mounts that allow you to stick your phone to your computer instead of waiting for official accessories to hit the market or even for operating systems to allow the official release of the phone. function (via 9to5Mac). The stands, which Wight made for the iMac Pro and MacBook Pro, are relatively simple. They have hooks for mounting to your computer and a slot for a MagSafe charging puck that will take care of holding your phone in place so you can point your camera at your face (and desk). While more experienced beta testers may want to try 3D printing the mount themselves (or print it using a service like Shapeways), I’d probably recommend that most people wait for official accessories. The home version more or less requires a $40 MagSafe charging puck, which also means your phone will have a little tail hanging off the back of its screen. (Although that means you could technically charge your phone while using it as a webcam if you wanted.) Wight says it’s “unlikely” that the iMac version of the mount will work for 24-inch M1-powered iMacs, which isn’t a surprise; they’re rectangular, whereas the previous iMac design is somewhat seashell-shaped. However, Wight provided the 3D files on GitHub, so if he has a newer iMac or something like Apple’s Studio Display, he can modify the design to fit. This makes me realize that official Belkin stands will likely have to be designed to fit a variety of monitor sizes, but we likely won’t see the company pull this off until the accessories launch later this year. However, Belkin is unlikely to be the only company trying to create smart mounts designed to work with the Continuity Camera. But anyone who tries it will have been defeated by Wight, who put out an accessory before the public beta versions of iOS and macOS arrived.