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How to disable geotagging in the Camera app on iPhone and iPad

How to disable geotagging in the Camera app on iPhone and iPad

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How do I turn off location tagging for photos on iPhone and iPad? By default, the Camera app on your iPhone and iPad records geographic data, along with a bunch of other metadata, which basically tells you where the photo was taken. This is perfect for when you want to look for photos you took while on holiday in Italy, but it isn't always great when sharing photos with the public, like you would on Facebook or Instagram. Why you would want to disable geotagging How to disable geotagging in the Camera app Best apps for removing photo data Why you would want to disable geotagging Basically, you'd want to disable geotagging because that photo can then be tracked to a certain location. If you plan on sharing certain photos online, then those photos could be traced to your location. That's fine if you went on vacation and decided to upload the photos afterward — you're not there anymore. But if you're sharing photos of your new house or baby's first steps, you would necessaril...