How do I Depixelate a picture on my Iphone?

Answered by John Hunt

To depixelate a picture on your iPhone, you have a few options available. One method is to use a photo editing app that offers features specifically designed to reduce pixelation. Another option is to manually adjust the size of the image to reduce the pixelation. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to depixelate a picture on your iPhone:

1. Use a photo editing app: There are several photo editing apps available on the App Store that offer features to reduce pixelation. One popular app is Adobe Photoshop Express. Download and install the app from the App Store if you don’t already have it.

2. Open the photo editing app: Launch the app on your iPhone and select the option to open or import the pixelated picture you want to depixelate.

3. Apply the depixelation filter: Once the image is open in the photo editing app, look for a filter or tool specifically designed to reduce pixelation. In Adobe Photoshop Express, for example, you can find the “Reduce Noise” filter under the “Corrections” section. Experiment with different settings until you achieve the desired result.

4. Save the depixelated image: After applying the depixelation filter and making any other desired edits, save the depixelated image to your iPhone’s camera roll or any other preferred location.

Alternatively, if you prefer to manually adjust the size of the image to reduce pixelation, follow these steps:

1. Open the Photos app: Locate and open the Photos app on your iPhone.

2. Select the pixelated image: Find the pixelated image you want to depixelate and tap on it to open it.

3. Tap on “Edit”: Once the image is open, tap on the “Edit” option located at the top right corner of the screen.

4. Adjust image size: Within the editing options, look for a tool that allows you to adjust the image size or dimensions. In the Photos app, this option is represented by a square icon with two arrows pointing in opposite directions. Tap on this icon to access the resize controls.

5. Manually reduce the size: Use your finger to move the slider controls or corner anchors to manually reduce the size of the image. As you decrease the size, the pixelation should become less noticeable. You can also enter the reduced dimensions or resolution numerically, if your app provides this option.

6. Save the depixelated image: Once you have adjusted the image size to your satisfaction, tap on the “Done” button to save the depixelated image to your iPhone’s camera roll.

Remember, depixelating an image may not completely restore its original quality, especially if the pixelation is severe or the image has a low resolution to begin with. However, using the methods mentioned above can help improve the overall appearance and reduce the pixelation of the image on your iPhone.