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Apple warns users that it will discontinue its Photo Print Products service for Macs in September and steers them to third party Photos Projects extension (Benjamin Mayo/9to5Mac)

[2018-07-12 15:45:02]

Benjamin Mayo / 9to5Mac: Apple warns users that it will discontinue its Photo Print Products service for Macs in September and steers them to third party Photos Projects extension  —  Apple is discontinuing its Photo Print Products service, which has been integrated into iPhoto since its launch in 2002.

Apple warns users that it will discontinue its Photo Print Products service for Macs in September and steers them to third party Photos Projects extension (Benjamin Mayo/9to5Mac)


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