iOS 16 brings notable features to iPhones, including an all-new lock screen and notifications system, a dictation upgrade, iCloud Shared Photo Library, enhancements to Messages and Mail, new Memoji stickers, and more. Additionally, the iOS 16 Photos app has been updated to include a new feature that allows users to copy their edits from one photo and paste them onto another photo in the app.
iOS 16 Photos App New Edit Feature: Here’s How It Works
If you need to edit multiple photos in the same way, the new iOS 16 Photos app feature will now make it easier for you. To use the feature, you can apply your edits to an image and then tap on the three dots icon in the upper right corner, which is new in iOS 16. Now, you can tap on Copy Edits to copy every edit that was applied to the image.
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Next, open up another photo you want to apply the similar edits/changes to. Tap on the same three dot icon, and choose Paste Edits, and the exact same changes will be applied to the second photo. As mentioned earlier, the feature will prove extremely useful in case you want to apply a specific aesthetic to a batch of photos taken at the same time. For example, multiple photos taken in a poor lighting condition can be improved by applying a single light enhancing setting and then copying and pasting it to the rest of the shots.
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Other improvements introduced by the iPhone maker to the Photos app include an option to undo and redo edits. With iOS 16, you will also get an option to sort the People album alphabetically for the first time. All of these new features are available in iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura.
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