How to quickly batch edit multiple photos on iOS

Here is the easiest way to batch edit photos in iOS 16.

The iOS 16 upgrade brought many new features, including the ability to batch edit photos. This allows users to edit a photo from their photos and then replicate that edit to a batch of other images, so you don’t have to manually select and edit each one.

This feature is exclusive to iOS 16, so anyone running on iOS 15 or earlier will not have access to this feature, as well as anyone who cannot update to iOS 16, which includes iPhones pre-iPhone SE (2nd gen ) were published.

If you want to learn how to batch edit pictures on your iPhone in just a few simple steps, be sure to read on.

What you will need:

  • An iPhone SE (2nd generation) or later with iOS 16

The short version

  • Open the camera app
  • Open the album you want to work in
  • Select the photo you want to edit
  • Click Edit
  • Edit the photo
  • Click Done
  • Press hamburger menu
  • Click Copy Changes
  • Press Select
  • Press Select All
  • Tap on the hamburger menu
  • Click Paste Edits
  • Look at your pictures
  1. Step

    Open the camera app

    Unlock your device and open the camera app to start the process. Camera app in iOS 16

  2. Step

    Open the album you want to work with

    You can use this function in any album. If you have a specific batch of photos you want to edit, we recommend putting them in a separate album to simplify the process. Choose Album iOS 16

  3. Step

    Select the photo you want to edit

    Select the first photo you want to edit.Select pictures iOS 16

  4. Step

    Click Edit

    Click the Edit button, it’s blue and it’s in the right corner at the top of the screen. Press the Edit button

  5. Step

    Edit the photo

    Edit the photo as much as you want. Edit the image

  6. Step

    Click Done

    When you are happy with your changes, click the Done button at the bottom of the screen. Edit the photo in iOS

  7. Step

    When you’re done pressing click on the hamburger menu. It looks like three small white dots in a line inside a circle. Press hamburger menu

  8. Step

    Click Copy Changes

    From the drop-down menu that appears, click the Copy Edits button. Click Copy Changes

  9. Step

    Press Select

    Go back to the album you are working on and press the select key.Press Done

  10. Step

    Press Select All

    Click the Select All button. This is different when working from the Recent album, as you have to manually select each photo you want to batch edit. Select All in iOS

  11. Step

    When you’ve selected all the photos you want to edit, click the hamburger menu in the lower-right corner of the screen.Click on the hamburger menu

  12. Step

    Click Paste edits

    From the drop-down menu, click the Insert Edits button.Press Paste edits

  13. Step

    Look at your pictures

    Check the photos to make sure they were all edited in batch. Check your photos


Can you batch edit pictures in iOS 15?

No, this feature was introduced with iOS 16, which means users will need to update their system to easily batch edit images.