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Any new photo taken on your i Phone or i Pad would show up in the Photo Stream in i Photo, Aperture and on any other i OS devices associated with the account. Although if you remembered to open i Photo and let Photo Stream sync, all your photos would be saved on your Mac, not just the previous 30 days.i Cloud Photo Library in it's current form will save all your photos and videos to the cloud and is limited only by your current available i Cloud storage.Despite being such a minor fix, however, the update weighs in at a whopping 551 MB. Now that function seems to have been removed and we are left with dozens of “latest photo’s”. For example creating folder called favourites and merging with devices??In order to use Photo Stream, you must set up a free i Cloud account.With an active i Cloud account, you can enable your Aperture library as the main repository for all your Photo Stream photos.
The biggest advantage of Photo Stream is its compatibility across all devices, including Mac.
You'll also need OS X 10.7.2 or later, and i OS 5 on your i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch.
You'll also need to go to the i Cloud pane in your System Preferences and make sure that "Photo Stream" is ticked (thanks to commenter 'kootenayredneck' for the reminder). This is Photo Stream's marquee feature: snap a photo with your i OS device and have it show up on your Mac.
Until i Cloud Photo Library comes out of beta next year with a proper OS X counterpart, the current photo experience on i OS and the Mac can be confusing.
Users have the option to turn on i Cloud Photo Library (Beta) but also the option to keep Photo Stream as well.It will re-sync everything in the Photo Stream folder, and new pictures show up almost instantly. I have multiple Aperture libraries on my computer, and I often notice that Photo Streams don't sync when I switch to one of the libraries synced with my Photo Stream.