Again I have been relying on this method the current best non-destructive workflow for me. robrocke wrote: I have been using Air Drop recently as a convenient way of copying images back and forth between my i Phone and i Pad to edit i Phone-captured photos on the larger screen of the i Pad.
Add to i Cloud Drive In each case, except 1, the photo was identical in size after the transfer - the exception being a very slight size drop (see attachment) in the i Cloud transfer.
In all cases, the photo retained the 4032 x 3024 dimensions.
Free features include seeing who likes you, who you like, who is a match and who you have disliked. Sending date requests in the On Demand Dating feature. Playing "20 Questions" which will allow you to compare answers with other users.
Filtering by age, distance, and sexual orientation.
And maybe you can't see a difference on that device, but when I take them and move them to my computer later for editing I know the difference.
So of you airdrop to from one device to another with the same screen quality and DPI then it shoidk remain the same.
Finally, users can exclude other users from contacting them based on their age, gender, or location in their privacy settings.
The Clover Dating app is free to download and most features in the app are free to use.
I then repeated the transfer from i Phone to i Pad, this time using Dropbox.
(I uploaded the image from my i Phone to Dropbox and then went into Dropbox on my i Pad, found the desired image, and then chose the “Save Image” option to save it to my i Pad’s camera roll.) This is the file size then reported using Exif Wizard, which matches the original, i Phone size: This happens to me too, I used both Air Drop and Dropbox to compare the file size.
Again I have been relying on this method the current best non-destructive workflow for me. Unfortunately my ipad doesn't support Air Drop so I can't test it but I did find this support post which implies the transfer is at full resolution: https://support.apple.com/kb/PH3267? I then transferred that original image from my i Phone to my i Pad using Air Drop.