Apple offers multiple avenues to help you get the most out of email on your iPhone , including a few different ways to attach files to emails from your iPhone .

Here's how to do it using two of the most common iPhone apps Apple's Mail app, which your iPhone comes equipped with, and Gmail , Google's third-party app that you can download in order to easily access its popular email platform.

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How to attach a file to an iPhone email in the Mail app

With every iOS update, there's yet another way Apple nudges us to be more productive in email.

The latest includes a new format bar, a user-friendly feature that makes it easy to add attachments to emails.

Here's how to do it:

1. Open the "Mail" app on your iPhone .

2. In the bottom right corner, press the square and pen icon to compose a new email.

3. When your cursor is in the body of the email field, you'll see a grey bar appear, much like texting. On the far right, next to the suggested words and phrases to start your email, there will be a backwards arrow sign. Tap it.

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4. Tapping the arrow will pull up a range of email attachment options, including photos, documents, and even the option to attach a sketch or drawing.

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How to attach a file to an iPhone email in the Gmail app

1. Download the Gmail app if you haven't already, which you can find in the App Store.

2. Open Gmail. Tap the colorful "+" icon to compose a new email.

3. The paper clip icon is what you'll tap to initiate the attachment process, located in the top right corner.

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4. Several options will pop up for you to easily grab a file from your Camera Roll, Recent Attachments, or Google Drive.

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