The other day, I saw an iPad user having the most trouble saving, one by one, saving all 31 photos she had received by email. She knew that to record the images in the device’s photo library, she just had to touch the photo for 1 second and save it to the camera roll. What she did not know is that the system makes it possible to save all the photos received, at once.
When you receive many images by email, the process is practically the same: touch one of the images for 1 second, until a menu with options appears. There, you will see a button that allows you to save all the images on the device, for later consultation.
This is another one of the details of iOS that sometimes go unnoticed by many users. To see these and other initial tips, check out (and post) our special section for those starting out on iOS.