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People Are Sick of Seeing ‘Sent From My iPhone’ on Your Emails — Here’s How to Change It

There are four little words in the English language sure to annoy anyone in your contact list: “Sent from my iPhone.”

The default signature message on the oh-so-popular iPhone is just a part of life for many Apple users. Even though it’s not uncommon to answer an email on the go, there’s just something about this message that seems to irk the people who receive it to no end.

rudest words in the english language

1. k

2. huh

3. Sent from my iPhone

— Olivia Kingsley (@oliviakingsley) March 8, 2018

Some people think the automatic signature is a bit rude, indicating that you simply don’t have time or energy to sit down and compose a well-thought-out response to whomever you’re emailing.

Others feel like it’s an unnecessary status symbol or power play.

I may change my email signature to ‘Sent from my iPhone 11’ just to get some tongues wagging…

— Matthew Harvey (@MHarveyMusic) March 5, 2018

My dudes I just finished my entire section of the group project and signed it off with Sent from my IPhone.

— reanne (@ennaer_acosta) March 6, 2018

And then there are people who just want everyone to look up and engage with the world. And on the other side of the spectrum, using that signature can be a good way to at least pretend your schedule is more exciting than it actually is.


Sent from my iPhone

— Mason Marble (@MasonMarble) February 21, 2018

Sometimes when I end an email I’ll manually type “Sent from my iPhone” to make it seem like I actually get out of the office every now and then.

— BUCK (@BuckFoley) March 2, 2018

For the people out there ready to do away with the message, there’s an easy way to change it or disable it completely.

Idk why but I am always so worried I forgot to delete the “Sent from my iPhone” text on important emails

— Rebecca Taylor (@Rebeccatac) March 7, 2018

First, tap on the Settings app on your iPhone (or iPad or whatever). Tap on Mail. Scroll down to Signature, and then tap on that.

Here, you’ll see two selection boxes that say All Accounts or Per Account. (You can customize your signature on some accounts linked on your phone.) Below those boxes, you’ll see that dreaded signature in a text box. Delete the signature completely, or just write in something that’s more personalized.

When you’re done, just hit the back button and your changes are saved.

– Sent from my iPhone

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