Auto Unlocking your mac while you have your apple watch on your wrist. This does not work well always, but most of the times it work.
Is there any way that we can check the status of uploaded images from the photos application on Mac?
I had added some new pictures and videos from some backup drive on my MacBook Pro. In my iCloud settings, I am uploading all the images from my photo library. Now it has been 3 days, the photos are still getting uploaded.
I do have a 10mbps broadband connection, but I see the upload speed very slow. I searched through many Apple forums, but unfortunately I could not find any solutions and I understand that there are many other users having this problem.
I understand that this problem happens only when you have a bulk of photos imported into the photo library.
I had this problem but found a solution which worked for me. I started the upload and then switch to the photos app on my iPhone 6 having switched off auto lock. The phone just sat there for 10 mins and all my photos were uploaded. You can see if they are being uploaded by looking at the little glittery symbol next to your wifi signal strength indicator. If the glittery circle appears then your photos are uploading. Hope this is clear and helps!
You no longer will find Aperture in App store. The new photo application is not as advanced as Aperture, but you can do most of the things that you would need to do. I was trying to resize some pictures that I took on my iPhone 6s Plus, but I could not find. I could see the option to crop, but not to resize. I wanted to make the image smaller in size, reduce some quality so that it could load fast on web pages.
What you need to do is after doing all the editing work, select file export and you will get the above menu. You can set the size, quality, etc
Check out this Video if you are interested in creating a service to resize an image
“Most smartphones these days take high-resolution photos. It’s a great thing, of course! But it comes with a price: huge file size. For example, a photo taken with an iPhone is around 4MB. It’s even bigger when you upload photos from a DSLR camera!”