But i Cloud photos not syncing problems happen at times.This guide will show methods on how to fix i Cloud not syncing photos.The solution: Stop wasting your time trying to get Photo Stream to work on Windows and install Microsoft’s One Drive App.I’m not a Microsoft fanboy, but I am a fan of stuff that works.One feature that made a ton of difference to how you shared photos from within the Photos app on your i Phone was Photo Stream.It came about at a time when Facebook and Instagram where at the peak of their photo sharing features and Apple kind of made it really simple and easy for i OS users to share their photos with other i OS (and OS X) users.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.
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.
None of the tips to fix it worked on either of my Windows machines.
I got a new i Phone 6s a couple days ago and was determined once again to fix it.
For as long as I can remember, i Cloud Photo Stream for Windows has been broken.
Google it, and you’ll find lots of people complaining.