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    Arrow Mac Users: Preview now shows Photo Geo-Tagging info

    Found this on another forum, I'm pretty sure that this is something that was just put in the latest Mac OSX update...

    "Has anybody noticed this before? I only noticed it after the Mac OS X 10.5 update.

    If you're running a Mac then use the Preview application to open a photo taken with your iPhone (2.0, 2.0.1, 2.0.2, 2.1). Location Services should have been on when the photo was originally taken.

    Once the photo is open in Preview on your Mac go to Tools > Inspector and all the EXIF data about the photo will be displayed.

    But there is a new section called GPS. A mini map of the globe shows where you were when that photo was taken. A link also appears which when clicked on opens Google Maps in your Mac web browser pin-pointing exactly where you were when the photo was taken."

    Pretty cool.

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