Find people in Photos on iPhone
The Photos app scans your photo library for faces and adds the most frequently found faces to the People album. When you add names to the faces, you can search for photos by name.
Note: With iCloud Photos, your People album is kept up to date on all your devices with iOS 11 and later, and Mac computers with macOS High Sierra 10.13 and later. (You must be signed in with the same Apple ID on all the devices.)
Find photos of a specific person
In the Albums tab, tap the People album, then tap a person to see all of their photos. Or, in the Search tab enter a person’s name in the search field.
Add a person to your People album
Open a photo of the person you want to add, then swipe up to see the photo details.
Tap a face under People, then tap Add Name.
Enter the person’s name or select it in the list.
Name a person in your People album
Tap the Albums tab, then tap the People album.
Tap the face of the person whose name you want to add.
Tap Add Name at the top of the screen, then enter the person’s name.
Tap Next, then tap Done.
If there’s a face identified as two or more people in the People album, tap Select, tap each instance of the person, then tap Merge.
Set a person’s key photo
In the People album, tap a person, then tap Select.
Choose the photo you want to set as the key photo.
Tap , then tap Make Key Photo.
In the People album, tap a person, then tap Show More to see all photos that person appears in.
Tap Select, then tap Show Faces.
Tap the misidentified face.
Tap , then tap Not This Person.