How to Remove "Sent from my iPhone" From Your iPhone Email Signature

There is some debate about the usefulness of the "Sent from my iPhone" message seen embedded in signatures of emails sent from an iPhone.

Some recipients feel annoyed by what they feel to be just a status symbol.  Others, though, find it useful to know someone is communicating with them while on the go.  Senders, meanwhile, either enjoy the snob appeal the phrase generates or feel chagrined by the phrase or simply don't want to provide Apple with free advertising.

The default email signature on the iPhone includes the "Sent from my iPhone" line.  To remove or change this, go to Settings > Mail > Signature and either delete this auto-signature entirely from the Signature text field or change it to something else. Either way, your emails will now be "Sent from my iPhone" free.

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