If you have location service enabled for the Camera app on your iPhone or iPad, it will be included in every photo you will take. With iOS 13 and higher, you can share the photos without the location information.
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In this guide, we will show you how to share photos without GPS info on iPhone and iPad.
Turning Off Location Info When Shares Photos on iPhone or iPad
Here’s how you can do it:
First, open the Photos app on your device and locate the image/images you want to share without location data.
Tap on the image to open it, and tap on the “Share” button given on the bottom-right corner of the screen.
From the Share, menu selects “Options” at the top of the screen under the number of photos you selected.
If the location service is enabled, you will see “Location Included” next to “Options”.
To change that navigate to the “Include” section in photo “Options”. Then toggle-off the “location” option for the selected images.
You will now see the “No Location” tag under the selected image. If you don’t see the “Location” option, it means that the location data is either turned off for the Camera app or no location data is associated with that particular photo.
You can also disable the location data for the photos you will take through the Camera app. This way none of your images will include location data. Here’s how to disable it:
Go to device Settings > Privacy > Camera. In the “Allow Location Access” section, tap “Never”.
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