Upload Photos from iPhone to iCloud
Using a feature called Photo Stream, photos taken on one device will be automatically uploaded to iCloud and then pushed down to other devices. So that, we don't need software likes iPhone to computer tool. This feature will work on Mac, PC, iOS, and the Apple TV. It stores the last 1,000 photos on your device and your iCloud account, though the iCloud account retains the photos for only 30 days. No word yet on what happens to them after that.
Then what are the detailed steps to upload photos from iPhone to iCloud? The tutorial can help you.
Tutorial: How to Upload Photos from iPhone to iCloud?
Step 1. Log in with your Apple ID and password.
Step 2. In iPhone, go to Settings. And select iCloud item.
Step 3. In the Storage&Backup window, turn on the Back Up to iCloud iCon. Then click "Backup Up Now" to upload photos from iPhone to iCloud.
Finish! Just 3 steps, you can easily upload photos from iPhone to iCloud. The tutorial is also compatible with iPad, iPod touch sync with iCloud.
More about iCloud...
Apple's iCloud service is, at its core, an online backup solution. The photo element is called Photo Stream, which seems a little odd when you consider how ingrained the phrase "Photostream" has become with Flickr. When you take a picture with your iPhone, it's wirelessly transferred to the online storage system. From there, it's synced to other enabled devices like computers or iPads.