Solved: iMessage Won’t Send Pictures on iPhone 7 and 7+

When I was trying to send photos to one contact or group, iMessage freezing and it won’t send pictures on iPhone 7 or 7+. It was happening since updating to iOS 11. It was really annoying. My friend has also had this same problem. He found the solution to this problem. I told this problem to him, he gave the solution. And I just follow the instruction by given and the problem was gone. Now, I am super happy. In this article, I am going to tell you how to resolve this problem using simple way. If you have this problem, sure that this article helps you.
Solution 1: Restart your iPhone
iPhone 8 and Earlier

  • Press and hold the power button until you get a slider.
  • To turn off your device, drag the slider.
  • After few seconds, again press and hold the power button until you get an Apple logo.

iPhone X

  • Press and hold the side button until you get a slider.
  • To turn off your device, drag the slider.
  • Another way to restart your iPhone is open “Settings”.
  • Tap “General”.
  • Tap “Shut Down”. Then wait 10 to 15 seconds. After that click “side” button to turn on your iPhone.

Solution 2: Reset Network Settings

  • Open “Settings” app on your iOS devices.
  • Scroll down the page to find “General”.
  • Click “Reset”.
  • Click “Reset Network Settings”.reset network

Solution 3: Update All Apps
Sometimes, it happened of update issue. If you have any updates available, you just update the apps. It may resolve your problem.
Solution 4: Force Close iMessages App
Close the app when you use. Then double-click the home button to close the apps. Here you can see all closed apps and you just swipe it. Then reopen the “iMessage” app and try to send the photos.
Solution 5: Update iOS
The software may cause this iMessage issue. So, you have to update the current iOS of Apple

  • Open “Settings” app on your iPhone.
  • Then click “General” -> click “Software Update”. If an update available here, you just click “Download and Install”.
  • Next, enter your passcode if prompted.
  • Click “Agree” to the Terms and Conditions.
  • Again click “Agree” to begin the process.

Solution 6: Check your Internet Connection
Check your internet connection of your iPhone. If iPhone provides poor internet connection, photos won’t send. So, your internet connection must be strong.
Solution 7: Turn on MMS Messaging

  • Launch “Settings”.
  • Click “Messages”.
  • Turn on “MMS Messaging”.

Solution 8: Restore your iPhone
Before restore, you have to backup your device. Because it erases the phone’s data.

  • Connect your iPhone to Mac.
  • Open iTunes on your Mac. Then select your “iPhone” icon at the top.
  • Click “Summary” panel.
  • Then click “Restore iPhone”. Now, your Phone will be restored.
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