[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 207088] Uploading photos from iOS photo library strips EXIF data

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Wed Jul 21 11:03:00 PDT 2021


Aditya Keerthi <akeerthi at apple.com> changed:

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--- Comment #7 from Aditya Keerthi <akeerthi at apple.com> ---
(In reply to Henry from comment #6)
> Hi, just wanted to know if anyone at WebKit or Apple had any insight into
> this issue? I would be happy to work up designs for some of the possible
> solutions I've  proposed in previous posts if that helps, but I obviously
> don't want to waste my time if there is some internal policy that states
> EXIF data can only be shared via native apps. 
> Just to reiterate my previous posts - I think there should be an option
> (opt-in) that allows users to include EXIF data when they upload photos from
> iOS devices. The many benefits of this feature, and possible design
> solutions are described in previous posts.

Hi Henry,

I am looking into this issue.

Can you confirm that you're still seeing all EXIF data stripped out on iOS 14.5 (or later)?

I'm seeing location/date/model data being removed, but the orientation data is preserved.

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