Generally speaking, whatever image you see on your iPhone – online, in an email, within a texting app, and so on, you should be able to save it. Depending on where it is stored, the steps might be slightly different, but the principles are rather intuitive to save image on iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR and iPhone X.
In today’s article, we would like to make you a short intro to all the essentials that we just mentioned. The action of saving an image will be performed from the option labeled just like that, Save Image. You must know how to select your picture and iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR and iPhone X Save Image menu will stand out quite easily.
And because we have mentioned the aspect of saving images from the history of your messages, we need to make a side note. Not all the Apple iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR users end up using the iMessage or the default Messages app. Some of them will like to experience with WhatsApp, LINE, KIK and so on. For your information, it doesn’t really matter what app you use.
Carefully read our two options from below and put them into practice on your iPhone. There aren’t any complications to expect, it is all as simple as it seems. Go get your images and once you save them locally, feel free to share them anywhere you want or need (without ignoring the reuse rights, of course!).
You can save images on iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max And iPhone XR if you just:
- Browse the device until you reach the image that you need to save;
- Tap on it to select the image and maintain the selection with a long press;
- Once the image is selected, you only need to use the Save Image option.
If the image is stored in the Messages app of iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max And iPhone XR, you must:
- Open up the message containing that image;
- Tap the image to make it open up on in the full-screen mode;
- Look for the icon representing a small box with a line pointing upward;
- Hit that icon;
- Select Save Image;
- Go to the gallery to make sure you have saved the image on your iPhone.
We just showed you the two most important aspects of saving photos and images on the internal memory of your iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. Whether you are surfing the web and you have bumped into something interesting or you’ve collected a couple of cool photos in your texting history, you can bring all the images that you want in one place – the photo gallery of your iPhone.