Editing your images one by one takes a lot of time and patience, but the Photos app in iOS 16 makes this a lot easier.
The stock iOS Photos app has basic photo-editing functionality that can help you add an extra touch to make your images pop. The problem comes when you like a given filter and want multiple photos to look that way. But thankfully, this should longer be an issue.
Starting with iOS 16, it’s no longer a hassle to edit multiple images with the same adjustments. Below, we’ll show you how to edit multiple photos in iOS 16 with a single tap.
How to Edit Multiple Photos Once in iOS 16
Like previous updates to Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 16 brings several new features to the iPhone. For example, you can customize your iOS 16 lock screen, enable battery percentage on your iPhone, edit multiple photos at once, and more.
The only requirement is you must be running iOS 16. So, if you’re not on the latest version, update your iPhone and follow these steps to batch edit photos:
- Open the Photos app.
- Tap to open an image to edit and select Edit in the top right.
- Edit your photo the way you like and tap Done to finish.
- Next, tap on the three-dot menu in the top right corner and select Copy Edits from the pop-up.
- Tap the < button at the top-left to return to your gallery view.
- Now, tap on Select in the top right and choose all the photos you’d like to edit with the same adjustment.
- Tap the three-dot menu in the bottom right corner and select Paste Edits.
Your iPhone will display a small pop-up with a progress bar near the bottom of the screen. The pop-up will disappear when the process is complete.
Edit Multiple Images Hassle-Free on Your iPhone
iOS 16’s batch edit feature is handy if you take many pictures on your iPhone and fancy the basic image editing abilities Apple provides in its Photos app. The process is straightforward; you don’t need anything else.
Of course, if you need advanced image editing capabilities, the stock Photos app won’t be of much help. Instead, you’ll have to go for fully-featured photo editing apps like Photoshop.
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