Last Updated: 21st June 2018
If you're one of those people who doesn't open or delete their emails (normally spam) and loose track of them when you realise you have about 100 emails that are unread, this is a great tip for you.
If you've updated your iPhone to iOS 10, you may have noticed the new icon on the bottom left of your mailbox. Clicking this automatically sorts through your mail, showing only your unread messages. This is also handy if you forgot to open an email months ago, so you're left with an annoying new email bubble on your home screen!
This can also be changed to a different filter, for example, certain mailboxes, if an email was sent or CC'd to you or flagged emails.
Did You Know? The iPhone mail app will automatically set up smart mailboxes for you to use.
Find out all about iPhone Smart Mailboxes here
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is a mailbox?
A: A mailbox is a folder where you can organise all your emails in.
Q: When was iOS 10 released?
A: The iOS 10 version was initially released on the 13th September 2016.
Q: How do I find my iOS version?
A: To find out what iOS version you have, open the settings app on your iPhone, select general and about, from here you will see your current iOS version for your Apple device.