How to put photos in iPhone contacts

When inserting photos into your iPhone contacts, identification becomes much faster when you receive calls, especially depending on how the person’s name is saved in the Contacts app of your device.

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Thinking beyond the practicality, the personalization of contacts with photos can also become something more personal, with images that refer to good memories with this person. The functionality also has a native iOS filters feature, so you can edit the photo at the time you’re going to add it to your contact.

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Check in the tutorial below how simple, fast and easy it is add photos to your iPhone contacts.

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Step 1:

open the iOS Contacts app on your iPhone and find the contact you want to add a photo to.

Go to Contacts > enter the contact card that want. Screenshot: Lucas Wetten (Canaltech)

Step 2:

when entering your contact’s card, click on “Edit” at the top right of the screen.

Click to “Edit” your contact’s card. Screenshot: Lucas Wetten (Canaltech)

Step 3:

Below your contact’s initials, click on “Add Photo”.

Click to add a photo to your contact. Screenshot: Lucas Wetten (Canaltech)

Step 4:

On the next screen, click on the picture icon.

Click on the photo icon. Screenshot: Lucas Wetten (Canaltech)

Step 5:

The iOS Photos app Camera Roll will open on the screen. Search for the photo you want to add to your contact and click to add it.

Find and click on the photo you want to add to your contact. Screenshot: Lucas Wetten (Canaltech)

Step 6:

the selected photo will open on the screen — you can move and resize it, however you prefer .

Move and resize the photo as you prefer. Screenshot: Lucas Wetten (Canaltech)

Step 7:

On the next screen, a series of iOS native filter options will appear, in case you wanted to apply any of them to the selected photo.

If you want, apply a filter on the selected photo. Screenshot: Lucas Wetten (Canaltech)

Step 8:

With the photo selected, click “OK” at the top right of the screen.

Click “OK” at the top right of the screen. Screenshot: Lucas Wetten (Canaltech)

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floor 9:

to finish, click “OK” again at the top right of the screen.

Once again , click “OK” at the top right of the screen. Screenshot: Lucas Wetten (Canaltech)

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