Apple’s latest software update iOS 15 features the ability to edit and change the date, time, or location of photos and videos you have taken on your iPhone. Prior to the introduction of iOS 15, users would have to sync their images to a computer or laptop to use the Photos app or third-party software to adit the EXIF data of their photos or videos.
While this feature is not one you would use every day, it is certainly helpful for making sure the content in your Photos library is organized for usability and sharing. Here is a simple guide you can follow to learn how to edit the date, time, or location of photos on iPhone.
Learn how to edit the date, time, or location of photos on iPhone
Here’s how to edit the date, time, or location of photos for individual or multiple photos on iPhone.
For individual photos
- Launch Photos.
- Select the image you want to change the date, time, or location for.
- Tap the screen to reveal the bottom menu > tap on the “i” icon.
- Tap Adjust to edit the date or time for the image or video. You can also tap on Add a location if there is not one. You can also add a caption by using the text field.
- Tap Done.
For multiple photos
- Launch Photos.
- Tap Select in the top right corner to pick multiple images or videos.
- Next, tap the Share button.
- Swipe down and tap Edit Date & Time or Edit Location in the menu to do a batch update.
We hope this guide helped you learn how to edit the date, time, or location of photos on iPhone. If you have any questions, let us know in the comments below.
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