However, I've also run into cases where Aperture's Photo Stream folder lags in showing recent images.
When this happens I've been able to fix the issue by disabling and then re-enabling Photo Stream in Aperture's settings.
Photo Stream will disappear next year at some point, along with the death of Aperture and i Photo for Mac which Apple has announced it is discontinuing.
If users choose to leave i Cloud Photo Library off, the old Photo Stream paradigm will stay in place.
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In order to use Photo Stream, you must set up a free i Cloud account.
With an active i Cloud account, you can enable your Aperture library as the main repository for all your Photo Stream photos.
Users have the option to turn on i Cloud Photo Library (Beta) but also the option to keep Photo Stream as well.Then, I open Aperture, switch to the Library that syncs to my Photo Stream, and quit Aperture.Open Aperture once more, and a refresh/update should be triggered.Despite being such a minor fix, however, the update weighs in at a whopping 551 MB. Now that function seems to have been removed and we are left with dozens of “latest photo’s”. For example creating folder called favourites and merging with devices??