How to Share iPhone 6 Photos with Mail, Twitter, or Facebook - dummies

How to Share iPhone 6 Photos with Mail, Twitter, or Facebook

You can easily share photos stored on your iPhone by sending them as email attachments, via iMessage or MMS (text message), by posting them to Facebook, sharing them via iCloud Photo Sharing or Flickr, or as tweets on Twitter. (You have to go to Facebook or Twitter using a browser and set up an account on those services before you can use this feature.)

  1. Tap the Photos app icon on the Home screen.

  2. Tap the Photos or Album tab and locate the photo you want to share.

  3. Tap the photo to select it and then tap the Share button.

    It looks like a box with an arrow jumping out of it.


  4. Tap the Mail, Message, Twitter, iCloud Photo Sharing, Facebook, or Flickr option.

  5. In the message form that appears, make any modifications that apply in the To, Cc/Bcc, or Subject fields and then type a message for email, or enter your Facebook posting or Twitter tweet.

  6. Tap the Send or Post button, and the message and photo are sent or posted.

You can also copy and paste a photo into documents such as those created in the Pages word-processor application. To do this, press and hold a photo in Photos until the Copy command appears. Tap Copy and then, in the destination application, press and hold the screen and tap Paste.