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The data will be that which was written to the original metadata taken on your Nikon camera. Unless of course you're doing some kind of image conversion or editing on your phone, then something could change.


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AFAIK, there is nothing like that available. While it is possible to make a louder speaker, I believe iOS sets the volume limit itself, though I couldn't be sure. I would imagine if a mod like that were possible, the speaker would need to connect to the headphone jack internally in order to bypass iOS's limit. It's really all just speculation, though.


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You can use iCloud photos from a PC, Mac, iOS and web application. So it's conceivable you could use that service even though one of your devices is ineligible to participate due to it not running a supported iOS version. From a supported web browser, your photos in iCloud are at: https://www.icloud.com/#photos You can review storage at - ...



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