A simple iPhone hack will make your life MUCH easier — and you probably ignored it

YOUR iPhone has an amazing search feature that allows you to find specific photos instantly.

That means you can find an image in seconds – if you know what you’re looking for.

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Finding photos has never been easierCredit: apple

The feature uses powerful computer image analysis to figure out what’s going on in your photos.

You can search specifically for terms such as “lake”, “dog” or “cheese”.

And just like a search on Google Images, you can find relevant photos in your own scroll.

If you’ve had an iPhone for a while, you probably have thousands — or even tens of thousands — of photos.

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Therefore, searching through them manually can be an absolute nightmare.

Instead, just try searching for a keyword within the app to narrow it down.

Apple has built special machine learning into the Photos app to recognize scenes and objects.

You can even search for specific events, e.g. B. a concert you went to.

“Photos for iOS can use the time and location of your photos along with online event listings to find matching photos,” Apple explained.

“It is also possible to search for places.

So you can type in a place name like London to track photos of your trip to the British capital.

How to find photos on your iPhone

First, make sure you are updated to the latest version of iOS.

To do this, go to Settings > General > Software update.

Then open the Photos app – it’s like petals of rainbow colors.

Tap the big search button in the bottom right corner of the app – the one with the magnifying glass logo.

Then use the search bar at the top to type something you’re looking for.

You can search for an object or scene type, a location or time, or even a person’s name (if assigned in your Photos app).

And don’t panic that Apple is spying on your photos.

All the processing to make this work happens on your iPhone.

Your image data is therefore not sent to Apple’s cloud servers to be analyzed for the search function.

“When you browse your photos, all face recognition, scene and object recognition is done entirely on your device,” Apple said.

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“Apple uses machine learning to improve your experience — and your privacy.

“We used it to enable frame and scene recognition in photos and more, without your data having to leave your device.”

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