How to send multiple photos from an iPhone 4

Updated February 21, 2017

The iPhone 4's 5-megapixel camera makes it easy to capture unique moments and share your adventures with your friends and family, either by MMS or by email through the device's Internet connection. When you have multiple photos to share, sending them one by one can be time-consuming for you and irritating for the recipient. Instead, select them as a group in the iPhone's Camera Roll to attach them to a single email or MMS message.

Tap the "Photos" app and select the "Camera Roll" album. Alternatively, tap the "Camera" app, tap the thumbnail of the last shot and then tap "Camera Roll."

Tap the "Share" button and then tap each photo you want to send to select it. If you accidentally tap the wrong photo, tap it again to remove it from the selection.

Tap "Share" and then tap either "Email" or "Message," depending on the sharing method you want to use. Fill in the recipient's details and send the email or MMS message as you normally would.


The method remains the same whether you have upgraded your iPhone to iOS 6 or are still using iOS 4.

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Laurel Storm has been writing since 2001, and helping people with technology for far longer than that. Some of her articles have been published in "Messaggero dei Ragazzi", an Italian magazine for teenagers. She holds a Master of Arts in writing for television and new media from the University of Turin.