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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by EmbraceTheOne, Oct 10, 2011.
iCloud Automatically pushes it to my Macbook Pro Running Lion, correct?
Yes, if that feature is turned on, both are signed into the same account, and the iPhone is on a WiFi connection.
Photos, yes - the most recent 1,000 photos will be in a "Photo Stream" album for 30 days. iCloud photo syncing happens only on WiFi, not 3G.
I don't think videos get synced through iCloud, no mention of it here:
I read here on the forums that videos do indeed get synced.
I saw a demo where videos synced, but I'm not sure what to expect. HD video can take up a lot of space/bandwidth.
Glad it only sends them when on wif,would have gobbled my Internet up too quickly.
But was it syncing via iCloud or through Wifi syncing with iTunes?
I would love it videos went through iCloud too, but I have not been able to find any mention of at all on Apple's site.
So you can copy pics in the Photo Stream to some folder on your mac, and then freely delete the photo from the iPhone?
I've had iOS 5 with Photo Stream enabled on my iPhone 4 and iPad 2 since last wednesday, videos don't sync.
Yeah, it'll just disappear from your photo stream.
This suggests iPhoto is used as the master collection, so doesn't get deleted if you delete it from the iDevice.