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To free space in iPhotos ("Camera Roll"), on your iPhone (or iPad) go to: Albums > Recently Deleted and then select the photos for permanent deletion. I'll bet you have tons of photos there gobbing up space. That should take a lot of pressure off on your available space for photos. Myself, well I didn't know that was there for ages ... ;-) Update: After ...


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I don't understand 1 fully but possibilities could be storage, Data not allowed for Photos, Low-Power mode etc. For 2 and 3, Turn on iCloud photo library in System Preferences and allow Optimise Storage. Then open Photos.app quickly and change the settings to Download originals to the Mac. This will circumvent the said banners about upgrade storage. For 4. ...


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Go to https://privacy.apple.com/account , sign-in and request download for photos. You can request a copy of the data that Apple stores which is associated with your Apple ID. This information includes, but is not limited to: Your Apple ID account details and sign-in records. Data that you store with iCloud such as contacts, calendars, ...


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Select a photo, go to another, far away photo, hold Shift and select another. It should download more photos at a time. This is not a comprehensive solution to such a situation. Just because questioner can select 40-50 photos in browser, I am suggesting a way to select more. I recommend Firefox for such download. It comes from experience of Firefox Send. ...


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That’s not an app that’s designed to be removed, so it’s either hidden and you can use spotlight to search for which folder it moved to or the database that records where apps are visible is corrupted. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204221 For the former you want to be sure you have a good backup and then restart the device to see if Spotlight can ...


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Go to https://privacy.apple.com/account , sign-in and request download for photos. Another method can be to allow Download originals to Mac in Photos app preferences and then go to /Users/yourname/Pictures/Photos Library.photoslibrary/Masters after all the photos are downloaded. You can request a copy of the data that Apple stores which is associated ...


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Documents by Readdle has a feature using which you can export images to Camera roll on your iPad. You can either export images individually, or select more than one images and export them all in one go. To export a single image to your Camera roll, do the following: Open the Documents app, locate the image you wish to export and tap on the options button (...


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For sure enabling shared albums takes up local space on both macOS and iOS. Apple does save space and download lower resolution / lower fidelity thumb nails, and the quality is generally quite good so not everyone notices that you are saving space when you allow iOS to download and save space from iCloud pictures. You wouldn't be able to know if you have ...


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I've figured it out after some investigation. Since some apps don't write anything to the log, we have to search the Photos database. The metadata exists here just as I suspected, in a column called ZCREATORBUNDLEID. To find it, first you need to install the "iCloud Photos for iOS" profile to enable diagnostics from here: https://developer.apple.com/bug-...


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SIM presence changes nothing. Even if you have iCloud photos you can delete photos without service or network and then those changes will only sync up once you connect. Something else is amiss. Do you have a backup of the device and opportunity to test a restart / reset / restore?


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