iOS 16 is jam-packed with a plethora of forward-facing features for all compatible iPhone models. If you use your iPhone to edit photos or videos to post on social media platforms, there is a hidden trick that will make things easier for you. Most of the time, there are multiple photos or videos that you want to edit and post to your story or feed but it might take a lot of time. Well, you have the option available to edit multiple photos on your iPhone running iOS 16 on all compatible iPhone models. Scroll down to read more details on how you can do it.
Edit Multiple Photos on Your iPhone at The Same Time on iOS 16 - Simple Steps!
The process to edit multiple photos at the same time on iOS 16 is pretty simple. However, it is not available at the forefront and requires a bit of digging. Ultimately, you will be able to edit multiple photos at the same time. Take note that the same edits performed on the initial photo will be translated to other photos as well.
If you are unfamiliar with the technique, simply follow the step-by-step instructions below to learn how to edit multiple photos at the same time on iOS 16.
Step 1: The first thing that you have to do is open up the image in the Photos app and tap on Edit.
Step 2: Perform the required edits on the photo or video according to your preferences.
Step 3: Once the editing is complete, tap on the three dots on the top right corner of the interface, select Copy Edits and then tap on Done.
Step 4: In the Photos app, select the photos that you want to edit and then tap on the three dots on the bottom right corner of the interface.
This is all that you have to do to edit multiple photos at the same time. The editing you performed earlier will be applied to all selected photos. The process is fairly simple and does not require the use of any third-party app. It is a very convenient way to edit multiple photos on your iPhone running iOS 16.
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