Was anyone else impressed by Apple's ninja-like skills with Tuesday's release of the iPad mini with Retina Display? Aside from one or two last-minute rumors the night before which were largely dismissed, everyone was focused on later in November, allowing Apple to pull yet another rabbit out if its hat. Here's hoping some of that magic will carry over into next year's new product lineup!
Everybody knows that Apple tries to make its software user-friendly, easy to use and helpful. However, the computer world – particularly the internet – is a complicated place. And sometimes, in an effort to be helpful or to keep things simple, Apple makes decisions on your behalf that don’t always work out the way you want them to.
In Apple Mail, I’ve inserted a JPG image of my company’s logo into my signature. But sometimes when I send email, this image shows up as an attached file, which confuses the recipient because they start looking for an attachment. In reality, there is no attachment...it’s just my company logo, which I want to appear embedded within the body of my message. Is there any way to do this?
Mail is an unruly little app. With this week's tips, we'll teach you how to grab it by the reigns and tame the default Mail app on your iOS device. Read on to find out how to keep image attachments from automatically downloading to your phone, read email more effectively with your two hands (yes, both!), and manage links sent to you in an email. We'll even show you how to handle email attachments.