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You can essentially do anything you wanted to but couldn't due to security reasons.
You can switch off photo syncing by going to settings then iCloud where you can switch off selected features.
By Jonathan Davies The security of Apple's iCloud back-up storage service has been questioned today Monday after hundreds of nude and semi-nude images of celebrities including the likes of Jennifer Lawrence, Kirstin Dunst and Arianna Grande were leaked last night.
Winstead, who starred in ''Final Destination 3'' and ''Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,'' wrote that she thought the images had been destroyed.
Naked images purporting to be of other female stars were also posted, although the authenticity of many couldn't be confirmed.
A list of the alleged victims of the hack — a staggering 101 in total — has also been posted online; most of whom have not seen any photographs leaked by the hacker.