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Time and time again I'm asked a version of this question: "Todd, how can I view my iPhone photos on my iPad?" Or, "Todd, you're into tech, how can I put the photos on my iPhone up on my TV for everyone to see?"
Apple Photos, the default app on your iPhone, makes it a breeze to sync pictures across your iPhone, Mac, iPad and the Apple TV. You just need to know where to look and what settings to activate.
Here's a quick guide to get you up and running.
This is the most important step, so pay attention. If you don't configure the settings properly on your iPhone, you aren't going to be able to see your pictures anywhere else.
Once you've configured your iPhone, you're ready to move on to the other steps.
Now you're primed and ready to move to your iPad. Since iPads also have cameras, you're going to want to follow similar steps. This way you'll be able to access pictures you take on your iPad (are you one of those people?) on your iPhone and vice versa.
You don't need your iPhone nearby to see all of your pictures on the largest screen in the house. All you need to do is enable a similar setting that you've already configured on your iPhone and your iPad.
You can also view your Apple Photo library right on your Mac. Again, it's just a matter of flipping a switch. See how easy this is?
View Photos through iCloud.com
Finally, you can also view all of your photos from iCloud through any Web browser. This is important if you don't have Apple Photos installed (on a Windows machine, for example, or perhaps a computer at work.)