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How to add, remove, change, or hide People in the Photos app in iOS 10

Organize your friends and family by the photos you've taken of them! The Photos app collects your images in a variety of automatic albums, including People: This grouping lets you view your friends, family, and even a selfie or two by the people in the photograph. ?Apple uses machine learning to not only recognize people inside your images, but identify the same person in multiple photos.
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