1. Seems like “Photos” refers to Apple Software that comes with any MacBook, right? Might just be that people have different habits/processes of dealing with their photos, and going through Apple Photos for photos having been shot on an iPhone is one such process. Does Apple Photos change EXIF data upon opening the file? Certainly possible. The only thing this says it that Apple software was used, which may not be surprising assuming use of an iPhone. EXIF analysis is a rather useless IMHO, considering forensic analysis could determine whether a photo was actually edited (not just openend in some software). Had they presented photos with and without “Photos 3.0” in them would lead me to believe that some could have been edited, but otherwise, it may just be how those photos were taken off the iPhone, in absence of knowledge of any other way to do that.

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