Before iOS 6, you could send photos or videos to an email exclusively via Photos app. And it was quite a pain when one was writing an email and an idea pops up in his mind to attach a photo or a video. One had to copy the email content, head over to Photos app, select maximum 5 photos (such a stupid limitation), tap on send over email and then paste your email content back. Luckily for all Apple users, iOS 6 came up with an option to insert photos or videos directly from the New Message window in Mail app (finally!).
This is a more intuitive way to send media to an email. At the end of the day that’s what iOS about – simpleness and intuitiveness. See how to attach photos or videos in iOS 6 down below:
- Head over to the iOS 6 Mail app.
- Tap on the compose button in the bottom-right corner of the screen.
- In the New Message window, tap anywhere in the mail content. At this step, the options bar appears.
- Tap on the arrow-right to display more options.
- Now select Insert Photo or Video and a window containing all your albums will appear.
- Select the photos or videos you want to send an tap on Choose.
- Now your media is attached to the mail.
- Happy mailing!
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