This has not been the default option for many years.
Apple has made several announcements recently. There is a good chance that they are preparing for iOS 17 coming in September with these changes, which the public can get to know on Monday evening. After a 30-50% domestic price increase of iCloud services, owners of Apple devices can say goodbye to another function.
The half-disappeared My Photo Stream function will be discontinued at the end of the month. With the help of the service, we were able to store 1000 photos in the cloud, which were created during the last 30 days. Synchronization between Mac and iPhone devices was also possible using this. Apple has replaced the option for many years, but it can still be found in users who avoid the switch and on old devices. However, the giant company’s patience lasted until now.
The function is available until June 26!
Fortunately, Apple provided a fairly detailed description of the transition:
As part of the transition, photo uploads from your devices to My Photo Stream will stop one month earlier, on June 26, 2023. Photos uploaded to the service before the above date will remain in iCloud for 30 days from the date of upload and will be available on all devices where My Photo Stream is currently enabled. From July 26, 2023, photos will not be found in iCloud and the service will stop working.
The photos in My Photo Stream are already stored on at least one of your devices, so if you have a device that stores the originals, you won’t lose any photos in the process. If a photo you want to keep isn’t already in your library on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, remember to save it to your library on that device. Later it is iCloud Photos offers the best way to keep the photos and videos you’ve taken up-to-date on all your devices and store them securely in iCloud. About setting up iCloud Photos >IDE< you can read by clicking.
Source: HVG / Apple
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