Usually, iPhone users dream of taking and saving many photos on their device, in part because iPhones these days have excellent cameras and clean storage capabilities.
However, sometimes, libraries have issues, one of which is to make an example by using a large picture gallery to delete the one you want.
In this simple tutorial that explains how to select all your photos using iCloud: from there you can move them, move them to an album or adjust your selections with the latest categories.
Select all images in iCloud
Go to iCloud.com on your Mac or PC, sign in and click & # 39; Photos & # 39; The default view will set you in & # 39; Moments & # 39 ;, where the photos are separated by days (or parts of days).
When navigating a & # 39; Moment & # 39; You will see the word & # 39; choose & # 39; appear on the right, then click on it and select all images in that & # 39; time & # 39;
To select all photos in all & # 39; Moments & # 39 ;, press & # 39; Cmd + A & # 39 ;, but note that you must first click somewhere on the page.
On a computer or PC, press Ctrl + A & # 39; (Surprisingly on a Windows computer we found that we didn't need to click on the page first, but this could be different.)
This same method applies to other views (& # 39; & # 39; Photos & # 39 ;, instead of & # 39; Moments & # 39;), or to the selected albums in the left sidebar. In these cases there is no need to click somewhere before pressing & # 39; Cmd + A & # 39 ;, because you encountered a page when changing to that view or album.
Do not select some (or all) of the photos
A good idea, if you have a large number of overlapping images and want to save a few, select all of them and then select the smaller number.
To remove the selection to select each image, hold the & # 39; Cmd & # 39; s key and click the left mouse button. (To select it again, click the & # 39; Cmd-click & # 39; image again.)
You can select & # 39; Moment & # 39; (from the & # 39; Moments & # 39;) view by moving it up and clicking & # 39; Deselect & # 39; when it comes up.
Are my photos on iCloud?
Please note that iPhone photos are not uploaded to iCloud, or you can say & # 39; in settings & # 39; that they are always used on your device, otherwise they will not be available from elsewhere.
You may want the images to be stored in iCloud (for example, you may be afraid that they might be hacked into iCloud), but if you prefer that they be stored in Apple's cloud support system, then we recommend following the next step.
If you want the photos on your iPhone to be available via iCloud, open the & # 39; Settings & # 39; App, tap on & # 39; Face / Name & # 39; pop up, then tap & # 39; Cloud> Photos & # 39; then open & # 39; iCloud Photos & # 39 ;.