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Reminder: i Cloud Photo Library uses your i Cloud storage: If you have lots of photos and video content, you're likely going to need to upgrade your storage tier.
There are a few different ways to transfer photos and video from your Mac and PC using i Cloud Photo Library, which I'll outline below.
But like so many things in the Apple ecosystem, i Cloud Photo Library raises a number of vexing questions, especially for anyone whose use case is in any way atypical.
To Apple’s credit, the company did post an i Cloud Photo Library FAQ, and it’s worth reading for several basic details.
to use — but is there enough here to satisfy Aperture users?
Last year Apple announced that they would be discontinuing i Photo and its more powerful cousin Aperture, and replace them with a revamped photo program that better fits a climate of i Phones and i Cloud.
Running OS X Yosemite or later and use Photos for Mac with i Cloud Photo Library enabled?
By default, it'll be set to go into Pictures or i Cloud Photos, but you can change that to any other that you wish.
As such, some of the core services you'll be using on those mobile devices are also available for Windows. It's a relatively easy way to share your i Phone or i Pad photos with your Windows 10 PC, once you've got it set up. This guide was originally published in August 2015, but we refreshed it for April 2017.
Before you do anything you need to have i Cloud for Windows installed and set up. The even better news is we have a complete guide to walk you through it, step by step.
Apple says you must be using OS X 10.10.3 or later on a Mac, and i OS 8.3 on an i OS device.
(Even though i Cloud Photo Library was available in earlier versions of i OS 8, there were apparently changes in i OS 8.3 that are necessary to make your photos sync with your Mac.) You can also access your photos in the Photos Web app at i Cloud.com, but only after you have synced the Photos library from at least one device. You can upload JPEG graphics via the Web too, but not other formats.
This process will migrate (copy) all your photos, including metadata, albums, album structures and projects to a new Photos library.