Mail Drop: Apple to Announce New Feature for iOS 9.2 to Transfer Huge Files
There is nothing much to write about the updates on iOS 9.2 even though you want to update about new releases. But iOS 9.2 is about to add a new and useful feature, Mail Drop. Mail Drop: Apple to Announce New Feature for iOS 9.2 to Transfer Huge Files. This feature will help you send huge data from iPhone to iCloud. Since the launch of OS X Yosemite, Mail Drop has been rolling around. So, you may know how it works. Along with attaching the files to email, you can send the large files under 5 GB to iCloud and your desired recipient will get a download link on the message.
There is no need to do anything much for activating Mail Drop. It just appears like an option when you attach the file which is around a few hundred megabytes. For the next 30 days, the link is active and expiry date is embedded on the sent mail. So, both the sender and the receiver will be notified about the expiration of the link.