You can use iCloud Photo Library to create a constant backup of your photos. The best part is it is accessible from all your devices where iCloud is enabled.
Enable the iCloud Photo Library on your iPhone.
You'll need to enable the iCloud Photo Library on your iPhone so that all of your photos are uploaded to your iCloud storage.
- Connect your iPhone to a wireless network. You'll likely be uploading a lot of photos, which will require a wireless connection.
- Open the Settings app and select "iCloud." Make sure you are signed in with the correct iCloud account.
- Tap "Photos" and then toggle "iCloud Photo Library" on. Your iPhone will begin uploading your photos to iCloud, which may take a while to complete.
Enable iCloud Photo Library on your Mac.
Once you've enabled the Photo Library on your iPhone, you'll need to enable it on your Mac.
- Open the Photos app on your Mac and click the "Shared" tab.
- Click the "Start Sharing" button. This will open the iCloud preferences menu.
- Check the "iCloud Photo Library" box. This will enable iCloud Photo Library and begin uploading your Mac photos to your iCloud storage. This may take a while, especially if you have a lot of photos. If you don't have enough storage, you can upgrade your iCloud storage through Apple.
Find your photos. Once you've synced all of your devices with the iCloud Photo Library, you can find all of your photos in the "Photos" section of the Photos app. The photos will be organized by the date they were taken, and you'll see photos from all of your linked devices.