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Photo Stream, without exception, has a lot of problems like: One of the first things you'll notice on FAQs on Apple (for Photo Stream) is this rule: you'll need to have more than 20% battery for Photo Stream to work. Make sure there's enough battery and a good, solid Wi-fi network (or LTE, but Wi-fi is preferred always).2.Read-only Permissions Did you change the default folder for Photo Stream in Windows (via i Cloud Control Panel)? If you changed the folder to someplace else, do this: Read-only permissions can be a pain in the back especially in Windows.
My i Phone and i Pad can sync photos without problem via i Cloud. I can take a picture on my i Phone and it appears on my i Pad in 5 seconds while the i Photo on my Mac just will not update at all. i Cloud), restarting your devices and then re-enabling photo stream. Those steps are also available for resolving i Cloud photos are not fully syncing problem.Therefore, I have kept My Photo Stream activated, in the hope of downloading photos from it as I was doing before. I don't think it is an internet connection issue either. I am very unhappy with the new Photos app, in particular the way it was forced down the throat of users without any real prior notice.Unfortunately, the Photos app simply isn't working properly with My Photo Stream. I had trouble migrating my i Photo library to the new app but somehow I managed. I have no inclination at this point to use this new i Cloud photo library - I do not want to keep all my photos on i Cloud, and for sure I am not interested in paying money for the storage to do so.And since Apple uses an external service to modify the content of your Photo Stream, you'll definitely need to make sure it's not read-only.3.Close Camera App If you don't close your camera app, you're going to have a bad time with Photo Stream sync.I am very unhappy with the new Photos app, in particular the way it was forced down the throat of users without any real prior notice.
I had trouble migrating my i Photo library to the new app but somehow I managed. I have no inclination at this point to use this new i Cloud photo library - I do not want to keep all my photos on i Cloud, and for sure I am not interested in paying money for the storage to do so.
It does connect, but it takes ages to load the photos, and it stops after a certain point, i.e. The sluggishness may be a temporary hickup if it's a result of their servers getting hammered by people doing the upgrades. It's at least relieving to hear that it isn't just me having this problem - my situation is exactly as you describe.
As for prior notice, this may have been talked about for a while in Mac forums and other such tech media, but I do not necessarily check those as a matter of course, and I don't think I should have to. i Photos) is going to simply stop working, I think the least they could do is send some sort of notification, e.g.
I am using Photos 2.0 (451.20.9) on mac OS Sierra 10.12.1 (16B2555) and new Photos are not downloaded.
This only happens on one machine (pictures on i are OK, as well as on a second Sierra machine and two i OS devices).
a pop up when i Photos is opened or something of that nature.