The Photos app in iOS 16 gets some big additions that Apple has been trumpeting since it previewed the software update in June. But a handful of little changes to the photo-browsing and -editing app on your iPhone figure to introduce new ways to organize and fine-tune images once the full iOS 16 update arrives in the fall.

iOS 16’s marquee change to photos is the iCloud Shared Photo Library, a new addition that promises to make sharing and editing images with family members a more seamless affair. We’ve already shown you how to set up an iCloud Shared Photo Library, though, since it’s likely one of the first features you’ll try out when you download the iOS 16 public beta.