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Is there a way to NOT have a time stamp on an iPhone 4s photo
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You're not talking about a visible timestamp, right?

As far as I know, the EXIF data of a photo can only be removed after the fact, using a program designed to do that. The EXIF data (which contains all kinds of info about the photo) is super handy for organizing programs (iPhoto, Lightroom et al) but there are times (like posting to a public forum) where you'd want that information taken out.

here's an option I found for a Mac program that will do this for you: How to Remove EXIF Data from Images Quickly
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If I take a photo with the iPhone and send it on from the phone, is there not a way to make the iphone send without the time and date
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