Updating thumbnails in iphoto
You get 5GB of free storage in i Cloud — and as your library grows, you have the option to choose a plan for up to 2TB.
The Photos app uses Moments, Collections, and Years views to organize your photos and videos by when and where they were taken.
And since your collection is organized the same way across your Apple devices, navigating your library always feels familiar. When you make changes on your Mac like editing a photo, marking a Favorite, or adding to an album, they’re kept up to date on your i Phone, your i Pad, and i
And vice versa — any changes made on your i OS devices are automatically reflected on your Mac. i Cloud Photos can help you make the most of the space on your Mac.
Photos in mac OS Mojave helps you keep your growing library organized and accessible.
If you have more than one library in your Pictures folder, Photos will ask you to choose a library to migrate the first time you open the app.
This library becomes the default library, and contains the pictures Photos will display every time you open the app.
If you shoot a snapshot, slo-mo, or selfie on your i Phone, it’s automatically added to i Cloud Photos — so it appears on your Mac, your i OS devices, Apple TV, i Cloud.com, and your PC.
Even the photos and videos imported from your DSLR, Go Pro, or drone to your Mac appear on all your i Cloud Photos–enabled devices.