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You may be receiving the warning because you have turned on Low Power Mode, which prevents you from sharing photographs from your camera roll in order to conserve battery life. As a result, the notification will continue to appear on your screen.
Low Power Mode must be disabled in your iPhone’s Settings app in order to share or send photos once more. Once this is off, your iPhone will no longer display the message “unable to share there was an error when preparing to share” while sending photographs and videos.
“The idea occurred to me that this whole series has been something Arthur has created. So the suggestion is this has all been his memoir. We thought, ‘Oh, that’s fun. It’s a little meta.’ It also gives young viewers a chance to see that what makes them special might turn into their career. “Life addresses you most of the time. It takes you on these different twists and curves, and then it’s up to you to see how it fits.”
You may also be experiencing the problem because your device has a bug that prevents your iPhone from sharing. Your iPhone must first prepare to share the content before you can transmit it to another device; if there is a problem during this process, it can send you a notification informing you that a problem occurred while preparing to share. Try one more later, please. In this instance, you must fix the bug that is the root of the issue.
The Unable to Share error may appear when you try to airdrop a photo or video to a friend because your device has a software issue that prevents Airdrop from sharing. If it’s configured correctly but you’re still having problems, you need to troubleshoot the issue. To use AirDrop, both you and the recipient must have Bluetooth and WiFi turned on.