How to Email Multiple Photos From Your iPhone 5 (iOS 6)

Send emails with more than 5 Photos or Videos from Your iPhone on iOS 6.
by Updated June 19, 2013

Now that the iOS 6 has been introduced for the iPhone, users are able to more easily send as many videos and images as they want through email without using the iphone Photos app. Apple has made life a little easier for inserting photos into an email message with iOS 6, although it still takes a few more steps than necessary to insert more than 5 photos or videos into email message. If you’re a new iPhone user, then here are the steps you can use to send multiple videos and pictures with just a few taps.

1.) Turn on your iPhone and open the Mail app

2.) At the right corner (bottom) of the screen, look for the Compose button and tap on it.

3.) Now, tap and hold the mail’s body

4.) Tap on the arrow button to the right once and you will be given more options.

5.) Tap on "Insert Photo or Video".

6.) Select the video or image that you want to send by tapping on it.

7.) Tap on the button that says Choose

8.) This button will immediately attach the video or image that you have chosen to your email message.

9.) Just repeat steps 3 to 8 to add multiple videos or images.

10.) Lastly, once you have all the photos you want to sent, tap on the Send button to email your message.


You may still feel hassled by the steps that we have mentioned above, but those steps comprise the single way for you to attach multiple videos or images in your mail. If you don’t want to use this method, then you can go to the Camera roll instead, then click Edit -> tap up to 5 photos you want to share -> then tap Share -> and select Mail.

If your friends and family have iPhones that operate on iOS 6, then you can make use of the feature called Shared Photo Stream to send all of the videos or images that you want.

 

 


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