This will mirror the Photo Stream on both your i Pad and i Phone. This will be similar to the “Camera Roll” on your i Phone.
But how can I get those photos – my Photo Stream – on to my Windows PC too?
The answer is with some free software from Apple called the i Cloud Control Panel. I couldn’t get it to work properly at first and after several failed attempts, I finally found the solution – and it requires a little configuration ahead of time. One of these will be the “Downloads” folder (aka “Photo Stream” folder).
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It works for the newest i Phone 7, i Phone 7 Plus, i Phone SE, i Pad mini 4, i Pad Pro.
You need to create these two folders ahead of time, because you will have to set some permissions on them in order for the “upload” sync to work properly.
I’m not 100% sure why, but I tried every other option before finding this solution — and there appears to be hundreds of users hitting this same issue (at least at the time of writing this post). So, here are the steps to get this installed and working: 1. You need to create a folder into where the download and upload folders for Photo Stream will live. Once it has finished installing, you will run the control panel.i OS Devices: New photos you take are automatically uploaded to your photo stream when you leave the Camera app and are connected to Wi-Fi.My Photo Stream does not push photos over cellular connections.Is it possible to view the photos we upload to i Cloud from our Windows PC?Can you access the i Cloud photo stream in any way other than i Tunes?If you are a user of Apple products, you can sign up for an i Cloud account and start syncing and backing up your data across devices.