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iCloud Photo Library is a new way of managing iPhone photos by storing photos in iCloud. Keeping iCloud Photo Library enabled on your iPhone may quickly drain the 5 GB of free iCloud storage Apple provides. It may also prevent you from taking more photos unless you pay for extra storage. In addition, CopyTrans Photo will not function correctly in combination with iCloud Photo Library.

Therefore, we recommend that you turn off iCloud Photo Library by following these quick steps and instead keep the photos you take offline and privately stored on the iPhone or on a computer.

How do I know if iCloud Photo Library is enabled on my iPhone?

  1. Open the Photos app on the iPhone or iPad

  2. Make sure you are in “Albums” view albums view on iphone

  3. If you see “All Photos” on top instead of “Camera Roll”, then iCloud Photo Library is enabled cameara roll vs all photos on iphone

How to disable iCloud Photo Library on my iPhone?

  1. On the iPhone, navigate to Settings > iCloud icloud settings on iphone

  2. In iCloud settings, tap “Photos” photos settings under icloud on ios 9

  3. Toggle the “iCloud Photo Library” to the Off position disable icloud photo library

What does iCloud Photo Library do to my iPhone photo library?

If you enabled iCloud Photo Library in combination with the “Optimize iPhone Storage” option, the full resolutions of the photos you take on the iPhone will be stored in your iCloud account. Your iPhone will only store low-quality copies of the photos. optimize iphone storage on iphone

If you don’t pay monthly for extra iCloud storage, the 5 GB of freely available iCloud space in your account will quickly get clogged up with your iPhone photos. As a result you’ll be prevented from making iCloud backups, taking photos or saving anything else in your iCloud account.

I don’t want to pay for extra iCloud storage. What can I do?

By krasimir

Krasimir is an avid marketing aficionado and a tech-support specialist in charge of the English-speaking market. He grew up in Bulgaria and on the island of Mauritius where he became passionate about windsurfing and photography.