The latest iOS 16 update has revolutionized image editing on iPhones. Prior to this, iPhone users had to resort to third-party apps like Photoshop and Canva for any photo editing. But with iOS 16 update, the primary subject of an image can now be extracted from the background and duplicated or shared without the need for any third-party app. This feature is not only useful for photo editing but also for those who love to share stickers while chatting with friends.
Step-by-Step Guide to Create Stickers on iPhone using iOS 16 Trick:
Step 1: Open the Photos app and select an image.
Step 2: Touch and hold the object or objects that you want to cut out. Once you see a glowing line around the subject, release it.
Step 3: A copy or Share menu will appear.
Step 4: Tap on “Quick Actions” to see more options and then select “Remove Background.”
Step 5: Simply tap “Copy” to add the new image file to your clipboard. This way you can paste it anywhere else.
Step 6: Alternatively, you can tap on “Share.” This will show you options to save your photos and share them with your contacts or any social media app.
Step 7: The extracted subject can now be used as a sticker to share on social media apps.
Conclusion: With the iOS 16 update, iPhone users can now edit images without any third-party app. The “Remove Background” feature can help to extract the primary subject from the image, which can be duplicated or shared as a sticker. The above step-by-step guide will assist you in customizing stickers quickly and easily.