iCloud Photo Library vs. Photo Stream – What’s the difference??

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An overview of the basic differences between Apple iCloud Photo Library and Photo Stream.

The key point to remember is that iCloud Photo Library allows you to store ALL of your photos and videos in iCloud, while Photo Stream uploads new photos (NOT videos) and sends them to all of your devices where you have Photo Stream turned on. It only stores the most recent 30 days’ worth of photos (up to 1,000 photos).

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Cody Franklin says:


Marshall Choto says:

Informative nice…


I can’t view my my photo stream option on my iPhone and I have not enabled photo library too…..but I enabled my photo stream on Mac…….what is the problem

Brian G says:

With photo library set up can I opt for pictures Not to show on my iPad? If so how can I disable from seeing pics on a device?

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