If you go over the 5GB limit, Apple will prompt you to upgrade to a larger storage capacity before continuing.
i Cloud storage starts at
If you go over the 5GB limit, Apple will prompt you to upgrade to a larger storage capacity before continuing..99 per month for 20 GB of storage.
In order to fully take advantage of i Cloud Photo Library, you should turn it on for multiple computers, if necessary, as well as your i Phone, i Pad or i Pod touch.
It is compatible with i OS 8.3 or later and OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 or later.
Follow the steps above for any computer you wish to store and access the i Cloud Photo Library from.
i Cloud Photo Library supports several photo and video formats, storing photos in their original format, and it makes all of your media available on any device that has i Cloud Photo Library turned on.
This how-to will walk you through how to turn i Cloud Photo Library on for each of your devices and how to minimize the space your photos take up on each device.
The 200GB storage plan costs .99 per month, while the 500GB plan costs .99 per month and the 1TB plan costs .99 per month.
Be sure that all devices you wish to sync photos and videos on are signed in using the same Apple ID.
You must be connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi in order to begin the i Cloud Photo Library upload process.
Additionally, your device batteries must be fully charged, or at least connected to a power source. It is highly likely you will need more than that to store all of your pictures and videos.
i Cloud Photo Library was introduced with i OS 8, but with the launch of the Photos for OS X app, it's now available on the Mac.
In a nutshell, i Cloud Photo Library is Apple's newest photo service that lets you sync all of your images across all your devices and to i Cloud.