How to See Image Size (Resolution) of Photos on iPhone
Each digital photo on your iPhone has a resolution defined by the number of pixels in the image. The more pixels each image has, the more detail the photo can store. If you’re using iOS 15 or later, here’s how to see the size of an image (in pixels) in the Photos app on your iPhone.
First, launch the Photos app. In thumbnail view, tap the photo whose resolution you want to know.
While examining the photo in detail, swipe up on the image or tap the “Info” button, which looks like a lowercase “i” in a circle.
After pressing the Info button, a small box will appear in the lower part of the screen which includes the metadata of the photo. You can see the image resolution and dimensions on the second line, such as “12 MP” and “4032 x 3024”.
In this case, “12 MP” means 12 megapixels, the approximate number of pixels in the image, and “4032 x 3024” means the image is 4032 pixels wide by 3024 pixels high.
To close the Info box, press the Info button again. You can repeat this with any other image in your Photos library whose resolution and pixel dimensions you want to know. Good navigation !
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