Apple Discontinuing "My Photo Stream" Service: What You Need to Know

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Apple has announced that it will be discontinuing its free service called "My Photo Stream" on July 26. Users who still rely on this service need to transition to iCloud before that date.

"My Photo Stream" was introduced in 2011 as a way to sync photos across Apple devices like iPhones, iPads, Apple TVs, and Macs. However, it had limitations. Users had to manually save their photos to their Camera Roll or Library, and the photos in "My Photo Stream" were only available for a short period of time. Additionally, the service did not sync photos in their full resolution. As a result, it was eventually replaced by the more robust iCloud Photo Library, which requires a paid subscription.

As part of the transition, new photo uploads to "My Photo Stream" will stop on June 26, one month before the official discontinuation date. iCloud Photos, on the other hand, allows users to sync full-resolution photos and videos between their Apple devices without the need to manually move them to another location. The only limitation with iCloud is the amount of storage space available in the user's iCloud paid plan.

For users who preferred not to use iCloud Photos, "My Photo Stream" still served a purpose. However, after July 26, the photos uploaded to the service will remain in iCloud for 30 days, and users can access them on any device that has "My Photo Stream" turned on. It's important for users who want to keep their photos on a specific device to save them to the Photo Library on that device before the discontinuation date.

In other news, OpenAI has expanded the availability of its iOS app, ChatGPT, to more countries. Initially launched in the US, the app is now accessible in 11 additional countries, including Albania, Croatia, France, Germany, Ireland, Jamaica, Korea, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, and the UK. OpenAI plans to continue expanding to more countries and regions in the coming weeks.

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