Go to Settings on your iPhone and log in to your account with the help of Apple ID and password. After logging in to your account, tap on iCloud and then on Photos. Go to the Photo Stream and slide to the right to turn it on. Repeat the steps on your iPad.
Recover from iCloud Backup File. Step 1Choose Recover from iCloud Backup File and then you need to log in your iCloud account with Apple ID and password. Step 2Download the newest version of backup files from the list. And then preview before recovery.
Select the deleted photos then "Recovery".
Find your device below and follow the steps.
Final Verdict: Use Them Both (While You Can) Only iCloud Photos gives you access to all your photos and videos from all your devices, superseding the abilities of My Photo Stream in most cases. For now, however, you can enable both features on your iPhone and use only My Photo Stream on your iPad.
To transfer photos from iPad to iPhone, go to Settings on your iPad, select iCloud and log in with your valid Apple credentials, then under Photos, toggle on 'My Photo Stream'. Follow the same procedure in iPhone.
On your Mac:
To transfer photos from PC to iPad using iCloud:
On your iPad: Go to Settings > Tap your name > Tap iCloud > Choose Photos > Turn on iCloud Photo Library. 4. On your iPhone: Do the same to turn on the iCloud Photo Library > Select Optimize iPhone Storage or Download and Keep Original > Wait for the sync.
Open the Settings app. Scroll down and tap Photos. Toggle iCloud Photos off.
Does My Photo Stream use iCloud storage? Unlike iCloud Photo Library, My Photo Stream doesn't use any iCloud storage. It does, however, take up space on the devices it syncs with, which is why there is a limitation of only 1,000 pictures and only from the last 30 days.
How to delete photos from your iPhone but not from iCloud
Follow these instructions to turn off iCloud Photos: Open the Settings app. Scroll down and tap Photos.