How-To Get It Working. Open the email with the PDF attachment and tap that attachment once; Tap the Share make sure that Hide iCloud Books is NOT selected Can't open PDF in iBooks on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Did you want to open a PDF document on your Mac or iOS device (iPhone or iPad) and you could not view the PDF document? Instead, you go. When I tried to open a book in PDF format and the message appeared as some feature in the documents is not supported I have no problem.
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First close your Mail App completely from the app switcher window by double Once the emails repopulated it started working correctly. I have three iOS devices (iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPhone 6s) and this problem began sent me an email with an attached multi-page PDF that I could not open or access. IOS newest App cannot open previously opened pdf's now. I just get an We are actively investigating and working on a fix for the problem. Open the PDF in Adobe or another app that supports PDF files. That caused then email links above the web links to stop working; they had been If it isnt working and you need to see the proper version I'm afraid the only.
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Jun 6, 1: I have the same issue and have been to two different, local Apple Stores a total of four times. During one visit they gave me a new iPhone 6S-plus, just on the off-chance it was a hardware issue.
No luck. I have also tried three re-sets as new, then manually reinstalled only the apps I needed to get by. Again, no luck.
Interestingly, the third time I tried a factory reset, it resulted in the problem being temporarily fixed. PDF attachments were viewable in my native email app which pulls from gmail , but over the course of about a day, the downloads began slowing down, until I eventually couldn't open PDF attachments at all. All I'd get is just the first page of the PDF in the form of an image. Two different Apple reps - one at a store and the other by phone - have escalated the issue to Apple engineers, but I am honestly not optimistic.
Nor am I optimistic that an update will fix the problem, since this occurred in 9. I've read about this issue dating as far back as One more thing: My workaround for mail is to go the gmail website and open the pdf attachments from there. If I use the gmail app for iOS, I can't open the attachment. Only the website works. For those of us who work with PDFs a lot, this is a real bad issue.
Jun 19, 8: I have been experiencing similar problems. I was wondering whether you had found a solution? Jul 7, I also have the same issue on my iPad but can view the PDFs on my iPhone , very strange anyone have a solution yet. Can't view pdf attachments within mail apps More Less.
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Browse Search. Ask a question. User profile for user: I tried deleting Spark, in case it was the issue, but nothing changed. This is occurring on both iOS devices I use, and my husband's iPhone 6 as well. Many thanks if you can offer any advice or next steps.
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FoodDog FoodDog. Apple Watch Speciality level out of ten: I have also tried to delete mail accounts and reload after completely setting them up again. Method 1. Tap a link to open the PDF file. PDF files open natively in the Safari app. Pinch to zoom in and out. When you're viewing the PDF in Safari, you can pinch to zoom much like you would any website.
Move two fingers apart to zoom in, and move them together to zoom out. Press and hold to highlight text.
If you want to copy text from the PDF, press and hold the text on the screen. Release your finger when the magnifier appears, then drag the handles to select text. Due to the way many PDF files are created, it may be difficult or impossible to highlight text.
Send the PDF to iBooks. This will allow you to access the PDF at any time, even without a network connection. Tap the PDF you are viewing in Safari. Tap the "Open in iBooks" button that appears. If you have another PDF reader, tap the "Open in If you opened it in iBooks, it will be stored in the app and in your iCloud storage so that you can always access it.
Method 2. Open the email that contains your PDF attachment. Open the message so that you can see the attachment link at the bottom of the screen.
Tap the PDF attachment to view it. Pinch the screen to zoom in and out. You can pinch your fingers together to zoom out, or move them apart to zoom in. Press and hold text to highlight it. Release your finger when the magnification lens appears. You can adjust the selection by dragging the handles at each end. If the PDF file was created by scanning a page, you may not be able to highlight text.
Save the PDF to iBooks for easy access. While you'll always be able to find the PDF if you save the email, sending it to iBooks will make it easier to find and allow you to delete the email if you'd like.
Tap the Share button in the lower-left corner. Select "Copy to iBooks" in the top row of options. You may have to scroll to find it.
View your PDF in iBooks any time. You'll be able to read it even when you're not connected to the internet. Method 3.
Open iTunes. If you don't have iTunes, you can download it for free from apple. Open the "Books" section of your iTunes library. Once iTunes is open, click the " I would imagine you would be able to do the same with your.
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