The photos app stores all the photos you bring with your device, and if you're like me, you have hundreds of photos to browse to find the ones you want to share. Here's a general guide to navigating the Photos app so you can find, organize, and share your photos with ease. In this article I will only show you the different categories and their uses in the Photos app. If you have location services enabled on your iPhone, your photos will have a location code. This will help identify images you took on vacation, for example, and can also help you find specific images that you can search for in the Photos app.
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First, To navigate photos you've taken and stored on iPhone:
Open Photos- app and tap the Photos tab at the bottom left. You see that your photos are grouped by days (today, yesterday, weekday, and then the date you roll up).
- Touch the arrow at the top left.
- Now the pictures are grouped in weeks.
- You can tap a cluster and scroll through the pictures from that time frame.
- Press the arrow again.