When a photo is taken, different kinds of metadata are automatically added by the camera. Most of these kinds of metadata are well understood. The location of the photo is stored in the GPS metadata. Camera information is in the EXIF metadata. However, no one seems to know what is in the "Maker Apple" metadata inside iPhone and iPad photos.
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If you upload a picture of your cat, can others pinpoint your location?
No one wants to be caught off guard, sending their GPS location unknowingly. You're about to learn how to find out which of your photos have a GPS location, and how to remove it if you want.