How to Add Attachment to Mail for iPhone and iPad: iOS 11/ iOS 10

Add file in Mail app as attachment

We seen many users are switching from Mail app to official Gmail app due to lack of restrictions and not complete features like Attach photos to email or Send an email with large file attachments during composing new Mail compare to plain HTML embedded or Text. By the way, through Apple mail app you can’t send file Attachments in an email in iOS was not easy but after iOS 9, the mail app becomes much useful than ever before because of possible to Add attachment to Mail on Apple native mail App.

So today, here I’ll teach you how to add a file in iPhone mail. Learn steps by step guide to prepare yourself to send an email with attachments with Apple iOS device.

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Note: you can only add a file in mail attachment from the iCloud drive, now the iCloud drive is a default app on your devices home screen. Now, iCloud Drive gone into the new Files App in iOS 11.

Apple’s mail app is common app for checking out all mail services (Gmail, iCloud Mail, Third Party mail from your domain)

Steps for Add Attachment to Mail for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch: iOS 10/ iOS 11

Step 1: Open the Mail app from your home screen in iOS installed devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch).

Step 2: From the account choose, which mail service wants you to use. Here for iCloud.

Step 3: Tap on compose mail, from the beneath of the screen.

New Feature – iOS 11 supported all devices including iPhone 5S/SE, iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPhone 6S/6S Plus, iPhone 7/ 7 plus, iPhone 8/8 Plus and iPads users able to draw in the body of the email.
Add attachment to Mail app from iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch

Step 4: Now, you can send a file attachment in the subject.

Step 5: Tap there and hold for a second till you will see an option for add image/ Video or option for change text style and size. Scroll to the right to tap on the arrow icon on pop up option.

Step 6: Next, Tap on add Attachment for choose/ Browse desired file, Weight for upload file to Mail.Choose file for add attachment

Step 7: Once, you’re done!

You can send an email with attachment to Mail app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

Apple didn’t say on how much size file you can send/ upload in Mail like Gmail has maximum 25MB.

Don’t MissFix iOS 11 Mail App issues

Thanks Apple for giving such improved and very needed update in Mail App for send/ Add attachment in Mail from iOS devices (iPhone 7/ 7 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 6S, 6S Plus, iPhone 6/ 6 Plus, iPhone 5S/5, iPad pro and all iPads.)

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