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iPhone Visual Look Up: Identifying Objects in Photos?

The Visual Look Up system that Apple uses to recognize Iphone image content is one of the best in the industry. The feature was originally introduced by Apple on iOS 15 and it is a great way to find out more information about artwork, monuments, flowers, books, and animal breeds, just to name a few. With the release of the new iOS version, the feature is also updated with some new objects that are available in the new update. There are now a variety of birds, insects, spiders, statues and caterpillars that it can identify and show information about. In general, Visual Look Up is an excellent tool for learning new things. Using the camera app on your iPhone, I will be able to identify objects in your photos with the help of Visual Look Up, which is included in the camera app on your iPhone.

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Who Can Use Visual Look Up?

It is possible to use Visual Look Up on iPhone and iPad models with an A12 Bionic chip or later, running iOS 15 or iPadOS 15 or later. The Visual Look Up program can also be used on macOS 12 (Monterey) or later versions of the operating system. Further, only a few languages are available in certain parts of the world for Visual Look Up.

How to Use Visual Look Up on iPhone?

To use this feature on your iPhone, you have to follow these easy steps.

  • First of all, open the Photos app or tap the recent photos icon within the Camera app.
  • Choose the photo or screenshot with the subject or object you want to identify.
  • If Visual Look Up information is available for the photo you chose, the information (i) icon in the toolbar will have little stars next to it.
  • Swipe up on the image or tap that button to open the photo’s info window.
  • Next, tap the “Look Up” tag above the metadata or the icon that appears over the photo.
  • After tapping the “Look Up” tag or the icon on the photo, the Visual Look Up window may show Siri Knowledge, similar web images, Siri-suggested websites, Maps, and more information about the object or subject.
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