How to turn photos into PDF on your iPhone and iPad (iOS 11 or newer)

If you now have a modern version of iOS, you will be happy to know that you can easily convert any photos into GIF, without the need for an additional app or program. This is a great addition to iOS, as you can quickly convert your favorite photos into PDF right on your iPhone and iPad.

In reality, there is a built-in feature called PDF converter that lets iPhone and iPad owners turn photos into PDF. However, the feature is hidden in iOS. Don’t panic because we are here to help. In this guide, we will go through the steps on how to convert photos into PDF on your iPhone and iPad. Before proceeding, make sure you now have the latest version of iOS on your device. To update your device, head to Settings > General > Software Update.

How to turn photos into PDF on your iPhone and iPad (iOS 11 or newer)

Step one: First off, launch the Photos app from your home screen and then locate the photo you want to convert into PDF

Step two: Once you have found it, hit the Sharing button at the bottom left corner of the screen (if you want to select multiple photos at once, tap on Select and then select all the photos you wish to convert to PDF)

Step three: From the sharing sheet, just simply select Print at the bottom row, then place two fingers on the photo preview and spread them apart (if you now own an iPhone 6s or later, you can use 3D Touch firm press to convert your photos to PDF)

Step four: Once you are done, you now can share your work. To do this, hit the Sharing button and select your options from the list. You can also save your converted photo to Files app by tapping on Save to Files option from the list

If you want to convert a Live photo into a GIF, you can use a third-party app called Lively (Free). To do this, launch the app on your device, then select the Live photo you want to convert to PDF and hit GIF. After that, hit Export as GIF and tap Free Export.

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