In iOS 15, Apple has added many new features in the Photos app. Now you can see the EXIF data on your iPhone when you look at a photo. Each image automatically saves EXIF information when it is captured. This information is shutter speed, aperture, iOS, camera modal and factory, location and more. If you want to know how to check EXIF data on your iPhone, continue reading.
In the Photos app, there is a new information panel that you can access while viewing a photo or video. This info window contains all the EXIF metadata about the photo or video. not only that you can check the file size of the photo, where it came from if you saved it from another app, not only that you can change the date and time of the photo or video from there. Follow the given steps to view the EXIF data on your iPhone or iPad.
Make sure you have iOS 15, iPadOS 15 or later installed on your iPhone or iPad.
How to view EXIF data of a photo in the Photos app
- Simply open the Photos app, then tap to open a photo in the library.
- You can pop up the picture you are viewing or just tap on the info icon, below the picture you will see an info icon (i).
- Now you can see the complete EXIF information about the photos.
As you can see in the screenshot above, you can see the camera information used to take the photo, megapixels, resolution, file size, shutter speed, aperture, ISO, and more.
INFO: you can change the meta information of any photo using a metadata viewer. In the Photos app you can adjust the date and time of the photo. As you can see above in the last screenshot, adjust the option above
This information is very useful in some cases, like when I learned photography, I use the meta information so I know what the camera settings were to take this photo. Tell us how you are going to use this EXIF data information, or if you have any questions, leave a comment below.