Apple's My Photo Stream can precede the iCloud Photo Library, but it remains available and provides much of the value you can download from the iCloud Photo Library without costing a penny. My photo stream stores your last 30 days photos (up to a total of 1,000 images) in the cloud. The disadvantage is that there is no support for video; This is a photo company.
Enable My Photo Stream
Enable my photo stream requires just some faucets. To start, open the Settings app and tap the "Photos" option.
Next, turn on the "My Photo Stream" button.
My photo stream is now enabled. You may notice that your device gets hot and uses a little more battery while it's charging your photos. It is quite normal and will end when the original upload is complete.
Accessing images stored in my photo stream
When my photo stream is enabled, it's easy to show your photos. To get started, open the Photos app and press the "Album" button at the bottom of the screen.
You will find the last 30 days of photos, up to 1000, here.
It is important to note that if you have iCloud Photo Library enabled, all new photos will appear in All Pictures in the Photos app. In this scenario, you will not see an album called "My Photo Streams". In fact, with iCloud Photo Library enabled, My Photo Streams are no longer necessary.