Photostream not updating on macbook pro
If you’re using an i Pad or i Phone, the settings are no different so if you’re having issues with syncing, you want to immediately check them.
First, open the Settings on your i OS device and then tap open “Photos & Camera”.
Photos is Apples universal answer to photo sharing across all its devices.
Whether you’re using an i Phone or i Pad, or you have your trusty Mac, if you have your photos stored on one device they should be available on the rest.
Q: If I enable i Cloud Photo Library and have adequate storage space, is there any point to keeping My Photo Stream on too?
But if you’re also using i Cloud Photo Library, you won’t see a separate My Photo Stream album; all your pictures will appear in All Photos.
RELATED: That said, in order for photo sync to work correctly, it’s important to make sure you have your settings configured correctly on your devices.
Today, we want to discuss how to make sure everything works properly so what you’re seeing on your Mac is what you see on your i Phone, and vice versa.
Apart from those factors, it’s probably less confusing to stick with just one or the other.Q: If I use Photos in OS X 10.10.3 or i OS 8.3, am I required to use i Cloud Photo Library? You can leave i Cloud Photo Library turned off and continue using and/or syncing Photos exactly as you did with i Photo or Aperture.