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Does Apple still use photo Stream?

Does Apple still use photo Stream?

Apple is phasing out My Photo Stream. So, if you created your Apple ID after approximately 2018 or use iCloud for Windows version 10 or later, My Photo Stream won’t be available.

What is Apple photo Stream?

My Photo Stream will upload your most recent photos (except Live Photos) so that you can view and import them to all of your devices. Photos will be stored in My Photo Stream for 30 days. iCloud Photos will upload all of your photos and videos to iCloud and keep them up to date across your devices.

How do I get my photo stream on my iPhone?

On your iPhone, you’ll be able to access My Photo Stream directly in the Photos app. Open the Photos app. Tap Albums. Tap My Photo Stream.

What happened to photo Stream on iPhone?

iCloud Photos: If you have iCloud Photos on, Apple removes My Photo Stream options from iOS/iPadOS settings and the Photos app in macOS. The album also disappears from all your Photos apps and you can no longer use it with an Apple TV logged into your iCloud account.

What’s the difference between iCloud photos and photo stream?

iCloud Photos stores all your photos as long as you have sufficient space. When you edit a photo while using My Photo Stream, the edits apply only to the photo you edited, not to versions synced with other devices. With iCloud Photos, all edits you make—on any of your devices—sync to all the rest of your devices.

What is the difference between photo library and photo stream?

Apple’s iCloud Photo Library makes it possible for you to store all of your photos and videos in iCloud. Once uploaded, you can view them on all of your iCloud-connected devices, as well as via My Photo Stream automatically uploads new photos and sends them to all of your iCloud-connected devices.

What happens if I disable photo Stream?

Disabling it turns off any photos you’ve shared in albums to other people, but it also deletes all shared images from other people that are on your iOS or macOS device. So disabling it won’t remove any images from your libraries or Camera Roll from your devices.

What is the difference between iCloud photos and photo stream?

What’s the difference between photo stream and camera roll?

The simplest way to explain the difference between your Camera Roll and Photo Stream is that your Camera Roll is where all the pictures you’ve taken with your iPhone are, whereas My Photo Stream syncs only the most recent ones, so you can access them on other devices.

Why do photos go to photo Stream?

Think of it as a feed of all your most recent photos. With the exception of Live Photos, My Photo Stream automatically uploads 1,000 pics from the last 30 days from each of your devices. So regardless of which device you’re using, your latest photos are on it.

Will turning off photo Stream delete photos?

If you disable My Photo Stream, it will remove synced photos on the device you’re currently using. However, the platform won’t automatically delete those images. They’ll still be on the devices that uploaded them to My Photo Stream.

Will deleting my photo stream delete my camera roll?

If you haven’t enabled Photo Stream syncing on your Mac/PC, you should keep the copy that is in your camera roll until you’ve copied it to your PC. That is the original copy, and it won’t be deleted until you do it yourself.

How long do photos stay in photo Stream?

30 days
Uploads your last 30 days and up to 1000 photos. Downloads to your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch in a smaller resolution. On your Mac or PC, your photos download in full-resolution. Edits you make won’t update across your devices.

What is the difference between iCloud and photo Stream?

What happens if I delete photos from my photo stream?

When you delete a photo from My Photo Stream, it deletes from the My Photo Stream view on all of your supported devices after you connect each device to Wi-Fi or Ethernet.

What happens if I turn my photo Stream off?

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