How Do I Attach Images in iPhone Mail?
With iPhone Mail you can keep in touch 24/7, sending text and photos from the palm of your hand. Attaching images in iPhone Mail involves a few more steps than a regular email message, but you can be sure to keep connected in a whole new way. Use your iPhone to attach an image of where you would like to meet up with your friends or send a candid family portrait to a loved one who was unable to make the event.
Select a photo from your iPhone photo library and tap on it to open it.
Make the controls visible by tapping the opened image.
Tap the control on the left hand side of the screen to show the menu bar. Select "Email Photo."
Tap on the "To:" field and type the recipient's email address.Tap on the "CC/BCC" field to copy additional contacts. Change your "Sent From:" address by tapping on it and typing in another address. Alternatively, select the saved account from which the email will be sent by tapping on the “CC/Bcc, From:” line and then again on the "From" field.
Give your email a title by tapping "Subject." Tap above the photo in the body of the email to add description or a message.
Tap "Send" to send the email with image to the recipient.
Tips & Warnings
- To select a default mail account, go to "Open Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Default Account." Select the mail account you want from within this preference, and it will be set as the default, meaning all emails will automatically be sent from it.