How to Upload Photos from Computer to

With the advent of OS X 10.10 Yosemite came both desktop systems like iOS a new phase of expansion of the cloud iCloud. In this case, Apple launched what they called iCloud Drive thus opened the possibility to users of Windows and OS X, to be able to upload any file and host it in the cloud, matching services like Dropbox.

Another great news is that now users will be able to browse all the pictures and videos that make their iOS devices just by accessing the iCloud. However, for now this service only allows the display of photos and video files in the browser and drop them to the computer. We cannot upload video and photos to iCloud Photos. Today in this article we will show you how to do it but since the beta.

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All users who want to see their pictures on, the first thing you have to do is enable the service within the iOS devices in Settings> iCloud> Photo> iCloud Photo Library (beta). Once activated, any picture or video you do with your iOS device will be uploaded to the cloud and available on Apple

Now, if you login, you’ll see that you can download the files, but for now you cannot make the process of uploading files to iCloud Photo Library. For now the option is disabled, but if you enter your credentials and introduce the Apple ID, you’ll see that the word Email where nothing appears on appears.

Clicking on it opens a window from which we can select the files you want to upload to the library. This process is implemented only for now in beta iCloud and hopefully soon be run from the final iCloud.


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