Genius iPhone trick is essential for ANYONE who has an ex-partner

APPLE'S Photos app has some features that are both a blessing and a curse.

If you find it traumatic seeing your ex-partner pop up in your iPhone Featured Photos or Memories section, you need to try this trick.

This hack is also useful if you don't want to see photos of an old friend or a lost loved one.

How to control who you see in your iPhone Photo Memories

Open the Photos app and find a photo of the person you no longer want to see in Featured Photos or Memories.

You can also go to "People & Places" and see if their face pops up there.

Once you've found a photo of the person you want to see less of, click it and then click the "i" symbol at the bottom of the screen.

Tap on the thumbnail of the person in question that should pop up in the corner of the photo.

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Click "Feature Less".

You'll then have the option to choose "Feature This Person Less" or "Never Feature This Person".

The former means that the person you don't want to see may still appear in group shots.

This won't happen if you click "Never Feature This Person".

Then you just have to click "Confirm".

It's important to note that the person may still appear in photos if your iPhone hasn't recognized their face properly or if they're partially obscured.

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