Stop Images Loading Automatically in Mail App on iPhone/iPad to Save Data Usage

You can stop images from loading in iPhone and iPad Mail app. The tip comes handy while you are having limited mobile data. Read on to know more;

If you’re on a limited cellular data plan, one of the ugliest things that can happen is over-usage of data. Believe me, it happens a lot. One thing leads to another, and then there’s this bunch of data I’ve consumed via mail, websites, Facebook, Instagram, etc.

When it comes to mail, a lot of the emailers I receive have images that I don’t really need to load. I mean, how many times do you really need the images to load to read the entire message? How many times to do you just skip them over?

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Images consume a lot of data. These are not your run-of-the-mill images but really high-quality stuff. Even if they’re just a few kbs at a stretch, think of the impact they can have when you load a lot of them via the Mail app?

There’s one particular way to address this issue. You can turn off these auto-loading images so they don’t end up eating your data.

How to Prevent Images from Loading Automatically in Mail App on iPhone or iPad

Step #1. Go to Settings → Tap on Mail.

Tap on Settings then Mail on iPhone or iPad

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Step #2. Scroll down and turn off Load Remote Images.

Stop Images Loading Automatically in Mail App on iPhone

Now, what happens when you open a mail in the Mail app is that none of the images load. When you want to load the images, you can tap on “Load All Images”  to load all the images at once. Or you can also specifically load each particular image of the email individually.

While there’s one benefit, there’s also one disadvantage.

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The benefit is that a placeholder with the image’s name and size are shown. So you can be very specific about what images you load.

Depending on the size, you can figure out if it’s worth or not.

The disadvantage is that when you have disabled auto-loading of the images, the emails with a lot of images in them might seem broken. You might better tap on “Load All Images” in these cases.

That’s all, mate!

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.
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