Even if it is not yet a long time but Apple’s newly released mobile operating system, iOS 9, has been raved about. Don’t get us wrong, it is not just because it’s the latest craze but that the platform has offered great features and functionality. However, not all can be as happy as most power users find the latest iOS unconvincing in terms of power performance.
One of the issues is the impossibility to save a PDF file into the file system, but should be saved into an app like iBook that makes it relatively impossible to be passed around through a Mail app. Lucky for Android users, they have quite a myriad of applications to choose from regarding this matter, but for a tight ecosystem like Apple’s.
So the workaround would be through iCloud Drive which is as good as a child’s play. Follow the steps below and enjoy the benefits of express attaching procedure of any PDF or Document-type of file to your email. Note that this is also true to any file that is not an image or video file.
- Firstly, open your Mail app located from your Home screen or app drawer.
- Begin composing your mail and when you’re done, tap on the text field to bring out the options.
- Through the options bar that will appear, tap on the arrow pointing to the right.
- As you can see, you will be given the Add Attachment Hit the button and you will be navigated to the iCloud Drive Drive where you can see the different files you can attach.
- Attach the PDF file or any document-type file you need to attach with your email message.