As it was rumored today, OS X 10.10.3 is now available for download on all Macs compatible with Yosemite. This update is very important because it brings the new and very expected Photo application that replaces iPhoto and allows you to manage the photos of our iPhone in a much faster and more efficient way.
With Photos on a Mac, it is now much faster to upload or download large numbers of photos or videos that you have made with your iPhone and uploaded to the iCloud Photo Library automatically. Remember that if you activate this option, with iOS 8 it is possible to upload each and every one of the photos you make, leaving a version at a lower resolution on your iPhone in order to conserve storage space.
It is possible to download photos that we want to see at full resolution on the iPhone. In any case, removing them all from there can be quite a cumbersome process; With Photos on a Mac, we now have the best way to do it quickly and without losing a bit of quality. It is also possible to free up storage space in iCloud, which is necessary because, as we now know, all photos and videos occupy part of the iCloud space. If you do not want to pay for more space, the only solution is to delete photos and videos from your iPhone. Obviously, before doing that, it is advisable to download them all to your computer's hard drive, so you do not lose them.