Some time ago Apple just released new beta of the next version of OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite , so we got to sixth Developer Preview and the third for those enrolled in the public beta program. Only had to spend a week since the last beta and now it focuses on polishing the news we’ve seen regarding the interface of the new emojis , the authentication walking distance to Google Accounts, the new API for the use of Force Touch the facelift for the Look Up feature and of course the premiere of the new Photos app .
Using iCloud Photo Library beta. After upgrading to Photos, you can enable iCloud Photo Library under Photos > Preferences > iCloud. If you choose to enable iCloud Photo Library, Photos will estimate the size of your collection and help you purchase additional iCloud storage if necessary.To access your collection on other devices, enable iCloud Photo Library in Settings on each device. All your photos and videos will automatically be uploaded to iCloud. They’ll retain their original formats and resolution, and you’ll be able to view any of them on any of your devices. You don’t have to enable iCloud Photo Library to use Photos. You can, of course, keep all your photos and videos stored locally on your Mac.
- To enable iCloud Photo Library on OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 Public Beta:
Go to Photos > Preferences > iCloud, and turn iCloud Photo Library on.
- To enable iCloud Photo Library on iOS 8.2 or later:
Go to Settings > iCloud > Photos, and turn iCloud Photo Library on.Important: Use only iOS 8.2 or later with the Photos for OS X and iCloud Photo Library betas. Always back up your photo library by doing regular Time Machine backups of your Mac.