iCloud Is for Photo Lovers
Do you love to take photos with your iPhone? I do. No matter where I go, I’m constantly snapping pictures. But what is the best way to save those photos? Here is the answer in a nutshell. iCloud is for photo lovers.
Save Those Photo Memories
Save your photo memories in iCloud. Your photos are priceless to you, and you don’t want to lose the memories of a lifetime that you have accumulated. Your photos are stay preserved on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Now you can ensure the safety and accessibility of those photos when you upload them to iCloud.
iCloud is built into every Apple device and is a photo lover’s dream. Images—as well as your messages, notes, and more—stay backed up and in sync. You don’t even have to give saving a second thought, as it automatically takes place in the background.
iCloud Is for Photo Lovers
iCloud is right there on your device – and you get 5 GB of iCloud storage automatically at no cost. Do you need more storage? No problem. It is simple to add more storage at a very reasonable price. Here is an introduction to iCloud Photos.
What Is iCloud Photos
To begin with, you can’t have a good understanding of what iCloud Photos is unless you understand its inner workings. iCloud Photos works with iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple TV, and iCloud.com. And it is easy to set up. Here is how it works. iCloud Photos automatically keeps every photo and video you take in iCloud. What does that mean for you? It means that you can access your library from any device, anytime.
If you change part or all your collection on one device, the change is evident on your other devices too. Your photos and videos are organized into Years, Months, Days, and All Photos. In addition, all your Memories and People are updated everywhere. What could be easier for you to find individual photos, family photos, or your friends? Depending on your internet speed, it might take a little longer to see your photos and videos on all of your devices, and iCloud.com might vary.
No wonder iCloud is for photo lovers. iCloud Photos is impressive. Browse, search, or share to your heart’s content. Are you worried that storage on your device might be filling up?
As we mentioned, when you set up iCloud, you automatically get 5GB of free storage. Since you can use that storage space to back up your device and keep all your photos, videos, documents, and text messages securely stored and updated everywhere, you may need to get additional free iCloud storage. Don’t worry. It’s easy to upgrade to iCloud+, and it’s affordable. If you decide you do not want to add additional storage, you can also delete content.
When explaining the difference between iCloud storage and device storage, Apple explains that your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch come with a set storage capacity. You determine how much device storage you have on your device. It all depends on how much music you buy, the apps you download, the photos you take, and all the other content that you enjoy on your device. You could run out of storage.
When your device is full, you can’t increase its storage. But you can free up space. Here is how to see how much storage you have.
> Go to Settings.
> Tap General.
> Tap [device] Storage. The amount of device storage is at the top.
As far as freeing up space, here are the steps that Apple gave.
Free Up Space
First, you might see a list of recommendations for optimizing your device storage. A list will show up with the installed apps and the amount of storage each one uses. Tap an app’s name for more information about its storage.
If this doesn’t help, you can follow the steps below.
> If you use iCloud Photos and turn on Optimize Storage, you can lower the amount of storage that your photos use on your device.
> You can remove content from your apps like photos, music, and podcasts.
> You can delete apps that you’re no longer using.
Family Sharing lets you and up to five other family members share access to excellent Apple services. Examples are Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News+, Apple Arcade, and Apple Card.1
Your group members can also share iTunes, Apple Books, and App Store purchases, an iCloud storage plan, and a family photo album.
If one of you loses your device, your family members can help you locate it.
As with everything else, you need to maintain your Cloud storage privacy and security.
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This post was written by Pam Lokker