Hi all, I could have sworn that in the past, when I AirDropped photos between my Mac and iPhone, that it retained the same JPEG format. Now I suddenly noticed that, after AirDropping an iPhone photo image to my Mac (iMac 2017, latest Mojave) the image is in HEIC format. Has this always been the case, or is this a recent thing? Granted…. the obvious reason to AirDrop photos (back and forth) between smartphone and a computer is to (DUH Apple)…. to make them easily shareable. And sharing means posting or reposting images to social media, Internet, websites etc. And Lordy Lordy…. it comes as no surprise that 99% of Internet apps and websites have no goddam clue what the HEIC format is! So yeah, it annoys me a bit that with a HEIC image, I have to take the extra step to convert the stupid file to JPEG before I can share or repost it (e.g. share with a Windows/Android person, or repost on internet website, social media, etc). Is there something in "Settings" that might allow me to change this default image format?