Always show photos full-screen on iOS?

In the Photos app on my iPod Touch, when I’m scrolling through photos, it always makes “up” = the orientation of the device, even if that doesn’t match the orientation of the photo. So half the time, the photo takes up only half the pixels on the screen, and the other half are just black, and I have to rotate the device, and it takes a couple seconds to realize this and rotate the display.

Is there any way to make iOS/Photos always show photos full-screen, even when that doesn’t match the current orientation of the device?


Simply put, no.


There may be some jailbreak hack for this issue that I am unaware of, but there is no way to accomplish what you are asking with Apple’s iOS and the Photos app on the iPhone/iPod Touch.

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