Thanks to Photo Stream on iOS, you not only can take a number of photos while you are on your day trip and view them automatically over Wi-Fi, but also you do not have to sync anything. The most striking feature is that it works as a standalone app. This means that you don’t need to open iCloud Storage to view your most recent photos on your iPad, Mac or Apple TV. You can upload 1,000 pictures per hour, 10,000 per day or 25,000 per month.
How to enable My Photo Stream on your iPhone or iPad
Step 1: First, you need to open the Settings app on your iOS devices
Step 2: Then, you need to tap Photos & Camera
Step 3: After that, you just need to toggle the Upload to My Photo Stream switch on.
How to access your My Photo Stream on iPhone and iPad
Step 1: To start off, you need to open the Photos app on your iPhone or iPad
Step 2: Then, you now need to tap Albums located at the bottom right corner
Step 3: Now, you need to tap My Photo Streams.
Note that your recent photos will be seen in the All Photos section of the Photo app on all of your devices if you have “iCloud Photo Library” enabled. Hence, don’t be surprised if you cannot find an album called “My Photo Streams.”
How to delete photos from My Photo Stream on your iPhone and iPad
Supposing you no longer like a picture on your Photo Stream, you can eliminate it easily from your iPhone or other iOS devices.
Step 1: Initially, you need to open the Photos app on your iPhone or iPad
Step 2: Then, you need to tap Albums in the bottom right corner
Step 3: Once you are done, you now need to tap My Photo Streams, followed by tapping a photo you wish to get rid of
Step 4: Next, tap the Trash icon in the bottom right
Step 5: You now need to just need to tap Delete [x] Photos to assure that you want to remove the photos from My Photo Streams on all devices.
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