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The only way to stop burst mode during timer photos is to turn the flash On. When the flash is On the camera will only take 1 picture. My recommendation is to provide feedback to Apple here and let them know how you feel about this limitation.


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Sorting Manually In an album that you made (not a smart album like Time Lapses or Selfies), to move a photo around: head into that album, press Select in the top-right, hold down on the photo you'd like to move, and drag it to the place you'd like to move it to. Sorting by date or name In the Photos app on Mac, go into an album, press "View" in the menubar, ...


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A second reboot fixed the problem...


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You need to have an iCloud id just for photos - Login on both devices using a (perhaps new) iCloud id which your photos will 'live' in. Turn off mail, contacts, calendars and reminders and notes on both devices for this shared iCloud id. So from now on, to apple's iCloud servers, it appears both iPhones are owned by the same "person". After this, set up ...


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"Download and keep all originals" is the correct setting to get all your photos onto your Mac. These originals are stored in Photos Library.photoslibrary, you can check the exact location of your library by launching the photos app while pressing option. You can also check for syncing problems by creating a smart album, looking for files failed to sync. ...


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If your using iCloud Photo Library your photos aren't part of your iCloud device backup, because the photos are stored in iCloud anyway. The only chance to get it back is via a Mac, that downloaded the library via Photos.app and to check it's backups.


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You can use iTunes to sync photos already imported into iPhoto, Aperture, Photos and Image Capture, as well as sync photos from a folder of images on your computer:


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Any USB file transfer application should do that. What works for me is using TDownloader [Free, appstore]. Go to iTunes (on your Mac) then click on your iPhone > Applications and scroll all the way down to "file transfer". Then, drag your photos to the application's folder and you're done. The only thing left would be to go to the App and save those ...


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The image files (the jpgs) exist only once but are hard linked into both libraries. As the Finder doesn't have an (easy) way to identify the hard linking, calculating folder size on ~/Pictures counts these files twice. Hard links work within one disk volume only, so if you copy data to a Cloud drive or to Windows, you will end up having two seperate files ...


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You'll have your original pictures without edits, if backing up just the "Masters" folder. From what I've seen, and depending on your configuration, this are some of the folders and educated guesses on what you will be losing: Database folder: Database info on Albums, faces, persons, and sharing history, keywords, places There seems to be information on ...



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