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How to send large documents & files from an iPad or iPhone

David Price | June 10, 2016
iPads are great for creating media documents, but what's the best way to get those (potentially huge) documents off your tablet?

Mail Drop is a better option because it doesn't send the document itself across email; it uploads the document (temporarily) to iCloud, then sends the recipient a link that will allow them to download it from iCloud at their end. The end result is the same, but it avoids having a large file taking up space in their email inbox.

Here's what it looks like to receive a Mail Drop email. You'll see that there's a deadline in there: the file will be deleted from iCloud after 30 days.

How to send large files from iPad or iPhone using Mail Drop

Source: Macworld


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