Apple announced that it will be shutting down its free photo-saving service, My Photo Stream, on July 26 next year, subject to users being able to save photos onboard the service on June 26.
And Apple said, according to the official announcement, that all photos stored by users of My Photo Stream will be synced to iCloud by June 26 and will remain available for a month, during which the user can download them to one of their devices.
And Apple has urged users to rely on the iCloud photo storage service, which is an alternative to its service, which is about to close for good.
Apple has explained the steps to follow to download photos from My Photo Stream to iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices, which are: enter the Photos app, then click the Albums option, and then enter the My Photo Stream folder and Then the user selects all the images he wants to download to his device and clicks Save Image.
As for Macs, the user will need to open the Photos app and then select My Photo Stream and from there the user will need to select all the photos they want to keep and drag and drop them all into the library storage. folder.
Apple stressed the need to run iCloud Photo on iPhones with iOS 8.3 or later, iPads with iPadOS 8.3 or later, and Macs with macOS X Yosemite or later.
And Apple has allowed the user, after enabling iCloud Photos, to easily view their photos on iPhone, iPad and Mac, as well as Apple TV and the iCloud website, and will also have the ability to sync photos to Windows computers also through the iCloud service. for Window.