How to Stop Images Loading Automatically in Mail App to Reduce Data Usage and Speed Up Email on iOS

Ever wondered why does it take so long for an email to upload on your iPhone or iPad? Well, it’s probably because most of the emails have lots of images attached to them and since iOS mail app loads all the images by default, then there is no wonder it takes that long. You don’t have to worry about that as we have a simple and easy solution to that problem which could be easily solved by disabling remote images from being loaded into mail app ion your iPhone or iPad.

Here is how you can stop automatically loading remote images in Mail app. Go to your iDevice and launch settings, then go to “Mail, Contacts, Calendars” you need to search for “Mail” and switch “Load Remote Images” off. Of course this setting will be applied to all your new incoming emails after you set it off and you won’t have to worry about that anymore.

However in some cases when you really need to load an image and instead of redoing the settings there is an easy way to show the image in the email you want simply by tapping on the image thumbnails with the giant arrow icons on them, or just use “Load All Images” button.

You might be interested in some other options and settings that you can twist to make your Mail app perform faster on the Mac as well.  Some people will like the option of loading the emails faster however the emails won’t look pretty as when they were with the images so now that you have the option, it is your call to decide. You can reverse the whole thing back just by following the same steps you used above but instead you should turn the option back on.




How to Stop Images Loading Automatically in Mail App to Reduce Data Usage & Speed Up Email on iOS

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