The images stored on your iPhone are possible in many document types (like HEIC, JPEG, PNG, and so on). Most of these file formats are viable with all significant stages. Be that as it may, you could need to save photographs to PDF for paperwork documentation, classwork, or other explicit purposes.
In this guide, I will show you 9 steps to convert images into pdf on iPhone and iPad.
Step 1: Open the iPhone Photos app. You can find this application on your home screen or via searching.
Step 2: Tap a photo. To make a PDF, you can also scroll the pictures down by selecting an album at the bottom of your screen.
• To choose numerous photos, you can long-tap on one until it gets a blue mark in the upper left corner of the image thumbnail, then tap more to add them to your selection.
Step 3: Tap the share icon
. You can see this in the bottom left corner of your screen.
Step 4: Tap Print next to the icon of a printer. This is typically in the bottom row of the “share” menu, but if you don’t see this printer icon, tap More, and you should find it there.
Step 5: Zoom in on the photo. If you “zoom” on the photograph (the reverse of the “pinch” gesture), you’ll have the option to save the picture as a PDF.
• This opens it in a PDF viewer.
Step 6: Tap the share icon
. You can see this in the upper right corner of your screen.
Step 7: Tap Save to Files. You’ll find this folder-shaped icon at the bottom menu, next to the page symbols for “copy.”
Step 8: Tap to select a save location. You can pick to save the PDF in a cloud service or on your iPhone directly
Step 9: Tap Save. You can see this in the upper right corner of your screen. The PDF of your photo will be added to the save location once you tap this.