Can someone explain this to me? Getting pictures from an iPhone to a Windows PC is pure misery for the average consumer, while getting them onto a Mac is a breeze with iCloud Photo Library. By far most iPhone users use PCs (worldwide computer marketshare numbers demand this) and we all know Apple cares a ton about those extra iCloud storage fees. Would it take so much work to get a quick and dirty clone of Photos working? Can't you imagine with that many 10's of thousands of employees they already have such a thing in the lab? Why can't we have it? I help normal consumers daily to deal with this problem. They are miserable. Importing pictures into a PC means treating the phone like a camera, and using the Windows camera import, or Picasa (deserted 5 years ago) or something else someone cobbles together. Syncing the library (instead of import) is a non-starter. Not possible. The handling of icloud photo sharing is rudimentary. Cmon Apple! I sent Tim Cook an email about this annually. Pathetic!