After introducing HD photo sharing for Android, WhatsApp has brought the capability to iOS. This is now appearing on the iPhone app for users. Here are the instructions you need to follow on your iPhone to send high-definition images using WhatsApp:
A few things need to be understood before diving into the specifics of sending high-definition images via WhatsApp.
The maximum resolution for an HD picture is 12MP. Photos with a resolution more than 12MP will have their dimensions reduced to roughly 4000×3000.
To enable HD support for multiple images, simply flip the setting on. The camera function within WhatsApp
pictures with a resolution of 4000 by 3000 or above are eligible for the HD pictures toggle. This option will be unavailable at lesser resolutions.
Remember that the distribution is gradual, so the function may not appear for a few days. Make sure you have the most recent version of WhatsApp installed on your iPhone by downloading it from the App Store.
The next steps on Whatsapp are:
Choosing a Conversation : Open up a new chat window in WhatsApp. This could be a one-on-one conversation with a contact or a group conversation in which you participate.
Pick a Picture: Within the conversation window, go to your photo library and pick the HD image you wish to send. This picture can either be selected from your device’s gallery or taken directly from the chat interface using your camera.
Select the “HD” Button: When you right-click on an image, you could see a ‘HD’ icon, which stands for “high definition.” Select the HD symbol to switch to the higher resolution.
Choos HD Quality: The image resolution can be adjusted via a pop-up window that appears when you tap the HD symbol. Make sure the resolution is set to “HD” if you have the option.
The ‘Share’ button: After deciding on the ‘HD’ setting, you may confirm your decision by tapping the ‘Share’ button. Selecting this option will upload the high-resolution image to the conversation.
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