The Photos app for iPhone, iPad, and Mac is fast, convenient, and chock full of great features to help you manage your images.
But if you don’t have your devices on you, it can be hard to show off your latest vacation photo or 4K video exploration.
How to View Your iCloud Photos
iCloud’s photo library automatically saves photos from your iOS devices and uploads them to your iCloud photo library.
1.View Other Devices on an iCloud Account
2.Transfer Photos from an iPhone to a Computer Using iCloud
3.Delete Devices Off of My iCloud Account
4.Verify an iCloud Account
How to access and view photos in iCloud Photo Library on the web
You can view your entire iCloud Photo Library on iCloud.com: You need only to sign in.
- Go to iCloud.com in any web browser (you might need to sign in).
- Click on the Photos icon from the main menu.
How to set up iCloud Photo Library on your Mac
1.Launch the Photos app on your Mac.
2.Select the Photos menu in the upper left corner of your screen.
3.Go to Preferences.
4.Click on the iCloud tab.
5.Check “iCloud Photo Library.” This will begin uploading any and all images you have stored in the Photos app to iCloud.
How to set up iCloud on iPhone and iPad
Before you set up iCloud on your iPhone or iPad, make sure its updated to iOS 11.
To do so, tap Settings from the home screen, then press General, and Software Update.
Here, you should see Download and Install if your device isn’t up-to-date. Go ahead and select it.
Once your phone is done updating, you’ll want to set up the storage service.
First, tap Settings (the gear icon) on the home screen and select your name at the top.
After logging in with your Apple ID, press iCloud. The next screen will show you how much storage you’re using and how much is still available.
Below is a list of apps that support iCloud.
To enable iCloud for individual apps so saved files get synced to the cloud, move the sliders to the right until they’re green.
For example, if you want to sync photos to all of your devices, make sure “iCloud Photo Library” is enabled.