How did you fix this?About 3 weeks ago my iPhone 7 stopped sending photos to my MacBook pro via photo stream, they are no longer appearing on my MacBook.
Are there any simple guides on here to check that my settings are correct please?
I was never able to fix it. My MacBook is running very low on hard drive space and I'm not sure if that's the problem?How did you fix this?
photostream just stopped working for me. full stop on all devices. other services such as contacts seem ok.
You might try toggling Photostream off, then on, in your Mac. I had a similar problem - photos showed up in Photostream in the iPhone and iPad but not in the Mac.
To do this, go to Photos > preferences > iCloud, then de-select My Photostream. Close Photos, relaunch, then select My Photostream again in Photos > preferences.
I've had a lot of issues with Photostream over the years. Just got back from vacation, some of the pics from the first day appear on my Mac, while none others do. I am using about 30GB of 50GB iCloud storage. Photostream is just really really bad. Going to figure out plan B and stop using/depending on Photostream.Sounds straight up like you ran out of iCloud storage to me. This can happen with ease on the 5gb free tier. Go to iCloud.com and download or delete all photos and see if it starts again. You can do it from the phone but it's easier to do on a web browser.
I’ll bet $100 dollars the continuous failure of photo stream is an attempt by Apple to force users over to Photo Library. This force you to buy more iCloud Storage. Any believers on this?I was never able to fix it. My MacBook is running very low on hard drive space and I'm not sure if that's the problem?
So I now have to email the photos from my iPhone and receive them on my MacBook to put them in iPhoto.