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View Individual Photos on Your iPhone 6s or 6s Plus

By Nancy C. Muir

Your iPhone holds lots of photos so that you never have to miss a moment. It’s easy to browse through your photos and even preview them to find just the one you need.

  1. Tap the Photos app icon on the Home screen.

  2. Tap Albums.


  3. Tap an album to open it; then, to view a photo, tap it. The picture expands.


  4. Flick your finger to the left or right to scroll through the album to look at the individual photos in it.

  5. You can tap the Back button and then the Albums button to return to the Album view.

With the new 3D Touch feature, you can preview a photo before you open it. Tap lightly to select the photo. Tap with a medium press to display a preview, and then press harder to open the photo.

You can place a photo on a person’s information record in Contacts.

You can associate photos with faces and events. When you do, additional tabs appear at the bottom of the screen when you display an album containing that type of photo.