Even though in some places it’s indicated as being mostly useful for those with Android phones, for me (even as an iPhone user) there are so many times when KDE Connect has been helpful! A couple of recent examples:
Photo curation - at the end of the day I quickly flip through the photos on my phone to figure out what were priceless memories of my family, and what were the equivalent of scrap notes. I do that in the “Send Photos” section of KDE Connect on my phone, and when I’ve selected all the ones I want to keep, tap “Add” and they’re all off to the designated folder on my PC to enter my backup/archival flow.
PC Setup - several examples here, but the most recent one being the Steam Deck, which we were fortunate enough to be able to get here recently. I had quite a few game files on my PC that weren’t part of Steam’s cloud service, but that I wanted to transfer over to the Steam Deck - and I didn’t yet have an SD card I could use. I thought of a clunky solution using a dock, external hard drive, etc., but then I remembered that the Steam Deck’s desktop is KDE Plasma, and it has KDE Connect preinstalled! Once I paired it to the laptop, I even got a right-click option in Dolphin to “Send to steamdeck” for the files I wanted to transfer over!
I know these are trivial user examples, not necessarily relating to getting intense work done or things like that, but with the natural focus that folks will have on features and solutions for efficient work, I figured it was worth pointing out that many of those things also make folks’ lives easier in little ways each day.