It is not always working with attached files to letters on mobile devices is as simple as on computers. Well, if the current application has a special option for sending a file by mail. What if it’s not? In iOS 9, working with applications has become much easier! Now, right in the Mail application, this is very easy to do. No need to rely on third-party applications.
Otherway, many people know how to send a single photo immediately after they are created using an iPhone camera, but not many people know how to attach several pictures to the letter at once, or to insert an image into an existing correspondence. So how do you attach files to emails on the iPhone? Detailed instructions further!
In this article I will show, how to send images from the “Mail” application and add pictures from the “Photos” into your e-mail.
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Attaching a Photo to the E-mail on the iPhone or iPad Can be Done in Two Ways:
In Photos Application
- Open the “Photos” app;
- In the Albums, General, or Photos tabs, select one or more (up to 5 pieces) photos or videos;
- Click the “Share” button at the bottom;
- Select the “Mail” client;
In Mail Application
- Open the ”Mail” app;
- Create a new letter (the icon is located in the lower right corner);
- Make a long tap on the body of the letter in the place where there should be a photo or video;
- In the window that appears, click the arrow to the right;
- Select “Insert Photo or Video”;
- Select the album you are interested in and then a photo or video. In the lower right corner, click the “Choose” button.
The function “Insert photo” is present in the application “Mail” in all modern versions of iOS. Visually, the option may differ slightly from earlier versions of the operating system, but it works the same for everyone.
Inexperienced iPhone and iPad owners can copy/paste the method of confusing, apparently for this reason Apple has added the “Insert Photos” function to new versions of the Mail application, thereby simplifying the addition of images to e-mails.