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Hey,

Yesterday I got my iPhone 4S and I really like it, unfortunately I am currently unable to setup photo-stream on my iMac which is running the latest version of Lion.

On the internet I see a lot of pictures showing that it should be present in my system preferences but it's not for some reason.

Do I have to activate this somewhere else or is this a bug?

asked Nov 09 '11 at 08:49

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You need Lion 10.7.1 at least. Go to software update and make sure you have updated.

answered Nov 09 '11 at 16:40

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"which is running the latest version of Lion" -_-

(Nov 09 '11 at 18:05) nitrocrime nitrocrime's gravatar image

The panel should be there.

(Nov 09 '11 at 18:40) Tux Penguin Tux%20Penguin's gravatar image

Does it matter what version of iLife I have installed? I'm currently still on iLife 09

(Nov 09 '11 at 18:47) nitrocrime nitrocrime's gravatar image

no, either way you should have the iCloud prefrance pane, it could of got screwed up when it was installing, manually download the combo upadate on apple's site http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1459

(Nov 10 '11 at 07:44) Tux Penguin Tux%20Penguin's gravatar image

That's odd, I just installed iLife 11 and now iCloud is visible in the system settings and it's working like it should.

I don't know how it happened but it's working.

(Nov 10 '11 at 09:00) nitrocrime nitrocrime's gravatar image
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