You can hide images on your iPhone 14 by opening the Photos app, picking the photo, clicking the three dots, selecting hide, and then tapping Hide Photo.
Our description of how to hide iPhone 14 images continues below, with screenshots of these methods.
See this video on how to hide photos on iPhone 14 for more details on this topic.
How to Hide iPhone 14 Pictures
The steps in this post were completed using an iPhone 14 running iOS 16.5. These approaches will also work in many other iOS versions and iPhone models, including:
- iPhone 14
- iPhone 14 Pro
- iPhone 14 Pro Max
Step 1: From your Home screen, locate and select the Photos app.
Step 2: Find the image you wish to hide.
Step 3: In the top-right corner of the screen, tap the three-dot button.
Step 4: Choose Hide from the list of options in the dropdown menu.
Step 5: Tap the Hide Photo button at the bottom of the screen to confirm.
You can use this method to remove photos from the Photos app that you don’t want to see but don’t want to delete from your smartphone now that you know how to conceal iPhone 14 pictures.
iPhone Photo Hiding 14 Video
Summary – Hiding iPhone 14 Pictures
- Launch the Photos app.
- Select an image.
- Press and hold the three dots in the upper-right corner.
- Click Hide.
- Touch Hide Photo to confirm.
Open the Photos app on your iPhone 14, then tap the Albums tab at the bottom of the screen, then scroll down and tap the Hidden option in the Utilities section.
You will be prompted to provide a Face ID or passcode before you can view the photographs.
When you’re in the Hidden album, tap the three dots on a picture to reveal it, then choose Unhide.
If you don’t want anyone to know about the hidden album, go to Settings > Photos > and turn off the Show Hidden Album option.
Hide images on your iPhone 14 if you don’t want to see them and don’t want to delete them, or if someone else may look at your phone and you don’t want them to see the pictures.
Furthermore, if you choose the hidden folder option, you can always view those photographs and unhide them, or you may completely hide the Hidden folder itself so that someone searching through your albums isn’t aware you have hidden pictures.
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