How to Send Low Quality Image via iMessage in iOS 10

Summary

Now you can send low quality images via iMessage in iOS 10. It can help save your cellular data and iPhone battery. Read this guide to see how to turn it on.

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Oct. 17, 2016

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In the latest released iOS 10, Apple has added a lot of new and cool functions to it. Many people are fond of the enhancement of Messages app, like the bubble effects, Stickers, Digital Touch and Emoji Tapback. All of these features make the conversations more interesting than ever before.

At the same time, the Messages app also offers an option for anyone who likes to send images to others. You may have noticed that the images can only be sent in their original size and resolution. But now in iOS 10, you can choose to send low quality images. It will only use 100KB per image attachment, which can help you save a lot of cellular data. Now let’s start to see how to enable it.

Also Read: The Most Common iOS 10 Problems and Solutions >

How to Send Low Quality Image via iMessage in iOS 10

Step 1. Go to Settings app on your iPhone.

Step 2. Tap on Messages.

Step 3. Scroll down > Turn Low Quality Mode on.

Note: When you send pictures with high resolution, it will also drain the iPhone battery. So Low Quality Image Mode can also help you save battery.

Also Read: Top 16 Tips to Save Battery on iPhone/iPad >

Bonus Tip: How to Transfer iPhone Photos to Mac/PC Computer

With Photos app or Windows Explorer, you can only transfer Camera Roll photos to computer. How about the photos saved in Photo Stream or Photo Library? Let AnyTrans help you. It is an easy-to-use iOS data transfer tool that can help you transfer photos, videos, music, contacts, messages and more from iPhone/iPad to computer without effort. Here we will show you the detailed steps on transferring iPhone photos to computer.

Step 1. Download AnyTrans and open it > Plug in your iPhone.

Step 2. Click on Photos > Choose one category.

Transfer Photos from iPhone to Computer with AnyTrans – Step 2

Transfer Photos from iPhone to Computer with AnyTrans – Step 2

Step 3. Choose the photos you want to transfer > Click on To Mac/PC button. You can also add, delete or transfer photos to another device.

Transfer Photos from iPhone to Computer with AnyTrans – Step 3

Transfer Photos from iPhone to Computer with AnyTrans – Step 3

The Bottom Line

What are you think about this Low Quality Image Mode in iOS 10? Just share your thoughts with us in the comments, and you can also share this guide with your friends. Now have a free try on AnyTrans, it will not let you down.

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