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Apple’s original cloud photo sync service shuts down this summer

The end of My Photo Stream won’t come as too much of a surprise. Although it was free, it came with a long list of restrictions on the amount of photos you could upload, and these were only saved on Apple’s servers for 30 days. Photos saved in the cloud then had to be manually saved locally if you wanted to have them on a secondary device and perhaps worst of all, 9to5Mac Note that the high-quality photos were not synced in their original resolution.

iCloud’s free storage may be limited to just 5GB, but at least it functions like a modern cloud storage service, with photos and videos stored in their full resolution.

Apple’s support page notes that new photo uploads to My Photo Stream will end on June 26, and the feature will disappear entirely a month later. “The photos in My Photo Stream are already stored on at least one of your devices,” notes Apple’s page, “so as long as you have the device with your originals, you can use them as part of the process.” Won’t lose any photos.”

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