How to Add Photos to Your iPhone Signature : Tech Yeah!

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Adding photos to your iPhone signature will add those photos to every e-mail that you send. Add photos to your iPhone signature with help from an Apple retail expert in this free video clip.

Expert: Skylar Kelly
Filmmaker: Patrick Russell

Series Description: Apple’s iPhone is more than just a phone – it is also one of the most powerful photo and video editing tools on the planet. Get tips on iPhone photo and video topics with help from an Apple retail expert in this free video series.


  • Craig Sherrett
    Posted at 14:17h, 25 October

    Works like a charm. But when I receive the email in Outlook, the logo image HTML link has been changed to some sort of code: src="cid:image001.jpg@01CED16A.ADDD40A0" and the logo doesn't appear. any ideas how to fix that?

  • 888ScOrPiO888
    Posted at 17:48h, 11 July

    Awesome! Thanks so much…

  • Fire Rabbit
    Posted at 05:02h, 31 August

    LOVE IT!!! Straight forward and nicely constructed. Thanks, Skylar! You're amazing. 

  • Manny Silva
    Posted at 20:55h, 09 September

    The sig

  • Manny Silva
    Posted at 20:55h, 09 September

    Hi Skylar:
     It works fine at first but then the signature disapears from the iPhone 5s.
     Then I need to repeat the process of sending email to myself and copy and paste again.
     Any ideas why that is happens?

  • Bob Fish
    Posted at 15:55h, 11 October

    If you quit from mail, the photo is replaced by an empty box – the photo is orphaned.

    You then have to open an email with the image again to "un-orphan" it.

    Apple, please fix this!!!

  • Loren Cohen
    Posted at 19:32h, 06 January

    Doesn't work. The photo (my logo) appears as just an empty box in emails, even though it looks correct in Settings.

  • Terry Worrell
    Posted at 15:06h, 28 January

    I've read several articles on how to do this.  Thanks for properly explaining such an easy process.

  • LisaMarie Bernardo
    Posted at 14:04h, 01 July

    Thankyou! This is great for my business email!

  • Hai Nguyen
    Posted at 15:32h, 30 July

    We are also having a problem with this. The OS is iOS 8. This works one time only. Subsequent emails only show a square box as an image placeholder or a rectangle with the filename inside (image1.pmg). How do you get it to stick? This problem exists on two different iPhones.

  • TheCutelittletexan
    Posted at 01:49h, 30 June

    nope didn't work only sent once than empty box

  • Neil Advani
    Posted at 15:56h, 13 July

    Recommend to use TunesGo (ios transfer) to add/ export/ transfer photos, other files from iPhone to PC, from iPad to iPhone,between iOS devices, or transfer files between iPhone and iTunes. most effective way.

  • PB Plai
    Posted at 21:44h, 24 July

    Worked like a charm! Even noticed how to select default mail address since I didn't want to use my iCloud account. Wish I'd seen this earlier as I looked all over the place for how to change my iCloud account name . . . but being able to switch to my regular email account is even better! This was a well-produced piece (able to see the details clearly in the right place on the screen — as in not too close to the bottom of the YouTube screen) and it's brief. Thanks so much!

  • Mike O'Donnell
    Posted at 20:32h, 02 August

    The photo only last for one email. How do you fix this issue? iPhone 6s.

  • RPC Resumes
    Posted at 09:23h, 23 February

    Does not work

  • Donna Del Bueno
    Posted at 13:55h, 26 February

    It works. But the font type & color are totally different. How do you change that to match what I created in my GMAIL settings?

  • Vitaliy Merkulov
    Posted at 17:13h, 03 August

    This doesn't work because the image is stored on your device, when you send it to someone else, the image is not sent with the email. The only thing that works is you have to create an HTML signature that includes the image then send the HTML file to your email address. Then copy it into your email signature in the settings. I explain this in my video here