iOS 16 Photos: 7 New Features Coming to Your iPhone

Photos app in iOS 16 Apple makes some big additions since previewing the software update in June. But little changes to the photo-browsing and -editing app on your iPhone offer new ways to organize and fine-tune images once the full iOS 16 update arrives.

iOS 16’s marquee change in Photos iCloud Shared Photo Library, a new addition that promises to make sharing and editing images with family members more intuitive. we already showed you How to set up iCloud Shared Photo Library?However, since it’s probably one of the first features you’ll try when you Download iOS 16 Public Beta,

Just like that, Overall one of the most impressive additions to iOS 16 There’s the ability to tap on the subject of a photo and pull it out of its background so you can paste it into other apps installed on your iPhone, such as Notes, Messages, and Mail. However, this feature is tied to iOS 16’s updated visual look up capability, and as long as you’re primarily pick a subject from pictures Stored in your photo library, you can do the same thing with images as well as screenshots in Safari and QuickLook, as I found while working on my iOS 16 Beta Hands-On,

iOS 16 Photos Hidden Features

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Another high-profile Photos in iOS 16 taps into Live Text, a capability Apple introduced last year that lets you tap on text in a still photo to either copy it or use an address search, phone call. Or performs quick tasks like web browsing. iOS 16 Live Text extends this feature to the text included in the paused video, and we showed you How to copy text in a video with Live Text,

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