The new operating system for the iPhone and iPad, iOS 11, has caused some quirks.
The biggest quirk is iOS 11 saves photos as .HEIC files, not a .jpeg/.jpg files.
Google can see .HEIC files but can’t add them through the usual Insert-> Image process as you normally would when working in a Doc, Slides, or Drawing file. There are solutions, however. And the solutions are fairly simple.
I have outlined a few simple solutions to the Google HEIC conflict in this tutorial:
Let me know if you have any questions.
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I can not copy the image it only says I can add a comment,
Thanks for the comment.
Google changed some things recently. I updated the tutorial with some new steps to reflect Google removing the original process.
Take a look at the tutorial again for the new steps.
Looks like the download is “free” but use of the app isn’t
Are you referring to the app iMazing?
I just downloaded it on a new machine last week and used it, never prompted to pay. It is still free to download and use.