Comment: iCloud Photos lack of family sharing is a glaring problem that goes back to the iLife days
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Comment: iCloud Photos lack of family sharing is a glaring problem that goes back to the iLife days

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iCloud Photos is probably one of the most impressive services that Apple is currently running. It’s built into every iOS, macOS, and tvOS device (and iCloud.com), and Apple has to be syncing billions and billions of photos and videos across its data centers. As good as iCloud Photos is, it still lacks a proper family sharing feature to help families unify their photo libraries. Another year of iOS announcements has come and gone, but yet we’re no closer to the ability for families to properly share their libraries – particularly among spouses.

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