Why My iPhone Not Sending Pictures?

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  1. Applefan

    Applefan Active Member
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    All users of iPhone are so gleamed with its features and apps though most of them are encrypted and restricted to iOS users only. At times, iPhone users face problems in sending the pictures over to their friends and loved ones. Sometimes this problem has nothing to do with the carriers use but could be caused by selecting wrong controls in your iPhone.
    The iOS community is crafted in a way which makes it effortless to send pictures through a messaging app and it happens over the platform of iMessage between two iOS devices. At times, such messages entailed with pictures don’t go, either they get stuck in the mid-way, or the message fails altogether. Let's fetch for the reason why the picture gets stuck mid-way and find a fixture.
    To send pictures via iMessage, the user has to enable the feature and the recipient should be using the iMessage too, to receive it. When your picture is being sent the 'Send' button turns blue in iMessage. If the picture doesn't get sent then the problem could be:


    Find Solutions to Your Problems

    1. Network issue on your iPhone: Initially, check for the wifi/cellular connectivity by opening a page in Safari. If it gets loaded that means everything is fine from your end and there is a probability that the recipient must have disabled the iMessage feature or not being active.
    2. Server issue with iMessage: At times, Apple's server managing the iMessage, which is why the service goes down and causing massive iMessage outages. If that's the case, then we just have to wait for a while.
    Pictures are sent via MMS. Most of the carriers support/activate MMS right away for the customers, but it's seldom that some carriers have restrictions or activation barriers in place.
    3. Make sure MMS is turned on: To do so, go to Settings> Messages > and see if MMS Messaging is turned on (green bubble interface). If the MMS is enabled, and the picture won't go, call up your carrier to find out whether they allow MMS. When they confirm commence to the following steps.
    4- Cellular Network: A weak cellular network also causes such issues, so find a place where the network connectivity is in full strength and try sending it.
    5- Remove Profiles: Creating a profile is a manual intervention so this option is mostly not applicable. But, if you do have created profile installed, then you might want to try removing it. To execute this, go to Settings> General> Profiles and remove the profile. Don't see a profile listed under General? So there are no profiles installed.
    6- Reset Network: To reset network settings, go to Settings> General> Reset Network Settings. Now, wait for the iPhone to restart and then try to send the picture again.

    Also Read: 5 Ways To Fix IPhone Sound On Apps Isn’t Working After IOS 8.4 Update

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