iPhoto 9.6.1 not Syncing with iPhone iOS 10.3.2

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iPhoto 9.6.1 not Syncing with iPhone iOS 10.3.2

Nello Lucchesi
Ever since I upgraded to Sierra, (MacOS 10.12), iPhoto 9.6.1 stopped syncing with my iPhone 6S, currently running iOS 10.3.2.

When I sync my iPhone to my Mac, iTunes reports that it sees all 40K photos but none of the new ones are copied to my iPhone.

Any thoughts on why the sync stopped working?  Is iPhoto no longer supported?

I didn't jump on board with Photos when it came out for Mac because it was missing several iPhoto features.  (I'm not interested in syncing to iCloud).  Should I move to Photos now?  Just double-click the Photos application to move the iPhoto pictures to a Photos library, right?

- nello



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Re: iPhoto 9.6.1 not Syncing with iPhone iOS 10.3.2

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On Jul 26, 2017, at 12:57 PM, Nello Lucchesi <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Ever since I upgraded to Sierra, (MacOS 10.12), iPhoto 9.6.1 stopped syncing with my iPhone 6S, currently running iOS 10.3.2.

iPhotos is dead, it is long past time to move to Photos.

> Any thoughts on why the sync stopped working?  Is iPhoto no longer supported?

Apple announced that iPhoto was going away over 3 years ago.

> Just double-click the Photos application to move the iPhoto pictures to a Photos library, right?

Yep.

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