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Tips to Download Photos from iCloud

iCloud is a distributed storage benefit which keeps your mail, photographs, contacts, date-books, reports, and other information put away in the cloud and matched up to all your Apple gadgets. It gives free 5 GB of information stockpiling for any individual who agrees to the administration. Without much to state, a large portion of us are utilizing this extraordinary cloud administration to go down pictures brought with our iPhone/iPad/iPod.

In any case, in the event that you are a novice, it is anything but difficult to get befuddled and overpowered. For instance, how to match up photographs with iCloud? Is it conceivable to download photographs? On the off chance that the photos is lost, would it be able to be recouped? How about we begin at the earliest reference point.

How to enable iCloud pictures Library

  • On iPhone/iPad: Launch Settings on iPhone/iPad > Tap on iCloud > Tap on Photos > Turn on iCloud Photo Library option at top.
  • On Mac: Go to System Preferences > iCloud > Options next to Photos > Select iCloud Photo Library.

How to enable iCloud images Stream

  • On iPhone/iPad: Go to Settings > iCloud > Photos, then turn on My Photo Stream.
  • On Mac: Go to System Preferences > iCloud > Photos > Click on the Options button and enable My Photo Stream.
  • Windows PC: Download and install iCloud for Windows first > Open iCloud for Windows > Select Photos and Options > Choose My Photo Stream > Click Done and Apply.

How to download iCloud images to PC or Mac

  • If you are using Windows:
  1. Download and install control panel on computer. Then launch it.
  2. Select Photos and the tap on Options button.
  3. Turn on My Photos Sharing, and the click on Ok and Apply to confirm the settings.
  4. Now go to Windows Explorer, you will see a new folder called iCloud Photos.
  5. Open the folder and you will see My Photo Stream and other Shared Album folders.
  6. The pics should start to appear once they’ve been downloaded automatically.
  • If you are using Mac
  1. Open iCloud and turn on Photos > My Photo Stream
  2. Go to Preferences and then open the tab.
  3. Turn on My Photo Stream and Automatic Import
  4. You should now see the folder under the Shared section. Click on it, and you can find My Photo Stream folder along with other Shared Albums.

If the pics is lost, can it be recovered?

If you delete a picture by accident, or later regret it, you have 30 days to reverse it by going to the Photos app and recover it from the recently deleted album. If you lose or delete some iPhone/iPad photos because of iOS upgrade issue, jailbreak failure, factory reset or water damaged device, you can get back the deleted pictures from iCloud backup if you have any. But this requires you to restore your iPhone/iPad with the entire backup, which means some current data on your device will be erased.

Luckily, numerous companies offer photo backup service for iOS devices, including Google+, Amazon’s new automatic photo backup for Prime members. One of my favorite is FonePaw iPhone Data Recovery, which not only backs up your photos, but also let you selectively recover lost/deleted pictures in three reliable ways. For example, it helps me recover photos by downloading all photos wanted on my computer. Aside from photos, FonePaw iPhone Data Recovery can be used to retrieve contacts, messages, videos, call history, calendar and more. It feels like magic.