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Why the photos become disordered after being synchronized to iPad?

by Edwin Liu | March 2, 2013 18:00 PM
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Today, iPhone has become the symbol of white-collar in city, and benefiting from iPhone, iPad is aso growing in popularity. It’s a good choice to enjoy the photos on iPad’s big screen, but sometimes the photos would become disordered after being imported from computer. What’s it?

If your iPad runs on the latest IOS, the system will order the photos according to the shoot date. Especially, the IOS device will confirm photo’s shooting information through checking the photo’s “EXIF” tags which include Shooting Date, Digital Date & Time, Original Date & Time, and Last Modified Date.

If you do not understand what the EXIF tags mean, please open one photo on your computer, then you will see the EXIF information under the preview file. You can also right click the photo, then click “property” to check the EXIF information. iPad order the photos depending on such information. If you manage photos on Windows computer, then you must change shooting date of the photos to change the order of the photos in iPad. The third party photo management software such as Picasa, AcdSee, etc. can also do such operations.

And there is one last point to explain. If your iPad is the original model, then the photos will be sequenced according to the letters of the file names. So, for the owners of the original iPad, it’s time to update its system.

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