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Windows treats the iPhone as either a digital camera or a file system, depending on how the photos are accessed.

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Let’s proceed and learn how to access photos on iCloud without any trouble. You can access photos on iCloud you took from your iPhone,camera or 360 camera easily after reading this.

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Steps to access My Photo Stream from iPhone. Step 1: First off, you are supposed to unlock your iPhone 7 and then navigate to Settings > iCloud. Step 2: Once you are in, you need to login with your iCloud account.

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With iCloud Photos you’ll always have access to your entire and most recent iCloud Photo Library collection, no matter where you are or which device you’re using. iCloud Photos works with iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and even Windows computers.

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When I access iCloud online from a PC the only photos I can see are from before February this year. I have actually been travelling since February and have all my photos on that phone. Is there any way I can recover photos from stolen iPhone?

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In general, you can recover photos from iCloud by visiting iCloud online to export the photos as long as you’ve enabled iCloud Photo Library on iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, or restoring the iCloud backup that contains the photos you need.

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With iCloud Photo Library, you can access your photos and videos from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple TV, on iCloud.com, and even your PC. Your latest shots are automatically added to iCloud Photo Library...

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To transfer photos from your PC to your iPhone, the first thing you need to do is access the iCloud website from your browser. Simply open your browser, navigate to iCloud.com and log in with your Apple ID.

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As you may know, iCloud backups are separate from iCloud Photo Library. If you backup an iPhone or iPad to iCloud, you may like to have direct access to those pictures, but that’s not how iCloud backups work.

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I restored my iPhone 6s Plus settings and when I chose to back up from iCloud, not all of my photos were there.

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