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Make your bad photos look picture-perfect like a pro in seconds

Make your bad photos look picture-perfect like a pro in seconds
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Cropping photos in iOS 17 has become a breeze. Gone are the days of the multistep process that tested your patience.

Now, with the latest update, iOS 17 streamlines the process, allowing you to crop your photos quickly and efficiently.

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Screen to adjust photos on iPhone (Apple)

Editing photos with iOS 17: A one-tap wonder

Editing photos on your iPhone is now simpler than ever. With iOS 17, all it takes is one tap to start editing your photos.

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Here’s how to crop, rotate or flip your photos

  • Open the Photos app on your iPhone.
  • Choose a photo that you want to crop.
  • Zoom in on the photo if needed. To zoom in on the image, use a pinch-out gesture on the screen. Place two fingers close together on the photo itself and spread them apart. Keep spreading your fingers until you’ve zoomed in enough to focus on the desired area of the photo. This will allow you to examine finer details and make precise cropping adjustments.
  • Press the crop button in the top right corner of your screen.

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Steps to crop your phone on iPhone (Kurt “CyberGuy” Knutsson)

  • Utilize the full crop menu to adjust the aspect ratio, Flip, Rotate or Straighten your photo.
  • To flip, tap the triangle to flip the image horizontally.
  • To rotate, tap the square with an arrow over it to rotate the photo 90 degrees.
  • To straighten, use the slider to adjust the photo’s angle until you achieve the desired alignment.

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Steps to flip, rotate or straighten your photos on iPhone (Kurt “CyberGuy” Knutsson)

  • Tap Done to save your edits, or if you don’t like your changes, tap Cancel, then tap Discard Changes.

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Steps to crop your photos (Kurt “CyberGuy” Knutsson)

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Undo and redo edits

As you edit a photo, tap undo and redo at the top of the screen to undo and redo multiple edit steps.

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Kurt’s key takeaways

The introduction of one-tap photo cropping in iOS 17 is a significant leap forward in user convenience. This feature not only saves time but also makes photo editing accessible to everyone. Whether you’re a professional photographer or someone who loves capturing moments, the new iOS 17 ensures that your memories are just a tap away from perfection.

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