iOS / Apple / News / Apps / Games / photos

Apple to shut down photo printing service in September

Posted On: Jul 12, 2018   |   Posted By: MobileSyrup

Apple to shut down photo printing service in September

For more than 15 years, Apple has offered a photo printing service inside of Photos called Photo Print Products. That service will come to an end later this year. The company announced the move via a notification users can see inside Photos. First spotted by 9to5Mac , the notification, viewable once users update to macOS 10.13.6, advises users that any final photo printing orders must be placed by September 30th, 2018. There's already no mention of the service in the Mojave beta. Apple launched Photo Print Products alongside iPhoto back in 2002. The service allowed OS X users to print their photos as prints, albums photo books and calendars. While Apple never made the service available on iOS, it did continue to offer even after it rebranded iPhoto to Photos. Despite the impending change, macOS users will still be able to order prints of their photos from directly inside of Photos. Since High Sierra, macOS has included an API called Photos Projects that allows third-party services like Wix and Shutterfly to...

Continue reading ...

 








Black Friday 2018 Target Game Deals From Early Ads - PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Black Friday 2018 Target Game Deals From Early Ads - PS4, Xbox One, Switch

We're approaching the midway point of November, which means Thanksgiving and Black Friday 2018 is just over a week out. This year, Black Friday is November 23, but we've... Read more ...

Samsung Officially Announced Exynos 9820 Flagship Chip

Samsung Officially Announced Exynos 9820 Flagship Chip

Just recently, two tech giants in face of Huawei and Apple launched their new flagship chips of the Kirin 980 and A12/A12X, respectively. They provide much better performance... Read more ...

Geek Guide: How to Score the Best Black Friday Deals for Gaming, Tech, and More

Geek Guide: How to Score the Best Black Friday Deals for Gaming, Tech, and More

‘Tis the season for Black Friday shopping and if you want to score the best deals on gaming, tech, and more, we have you covered from pre-sales to the big day. This retail... Read more ...

Ford and Walmart are teaming up to test delivering products with...

Ford and Walmart are teaming up to test delivering products with self-driving cars

Ford announced on Wednesday that it is partnering with Walmart and Postmates to explore how the companies can use self-driving vehicles to deliver products in Miami-Dade County... Read more ...

Recently divorced Withings announces a sleek new activity tracker: meet the...

Recently divorced Withings announces a sleek new activity tracker: meet the Pulse HR

Withings, the wearable company that recently broke independent from Nokia, has just revealed a smart fitness band dubbed the Pulse HR. The wearable is what seems to be the... Read more ...

Amazon Alexa Blueprints Finally Launches in the UK: the Ultimate Way to...

Amazon Alexa Blueprints Finally Launches in the UK: the Ultimate Way to Customize Alexa

Amazon gets personal with its latest launch... Read more ...

Microsoft patches major Windows security flaw

Microsoft patches major Windows security flaw

Microsoft has patched a major zero-day vulnerability in Windows, the second such exploit detected in just a few weeks. The threat, the second such alert in just a month, was... Read more ...

Samsung launches Exynos 9820 with 2 Gbps LTE modem and dedicated NPU

Samsung launches Exynos 9820 with 2 Gbps LTE modem and dedicated NPU

Christmas has come early for Samsung fans as the Korean manufacturer released its latest Exynos 9820 chipset for smartphones. It is based on the 8 nm LPP FinFET process and is... Read more ...

Truecaller for Android updated with support for Truecaller Gold and some...

Truecaller for Android updated with support for Truecaller Gold and some more features

Popular caller identification app Truecaller is now getting updated on Android. The update to Truecaller app is now live in the Google Play Store. After this new update, the... Read more ...

Xiaomi opens Android Pie Beta program for Mi A2 Lite

Xiaomi opens Android Pie Beta program for Mi A2 Lite

Xiaomi introduced the Redmi 6 Pro as a stock Android-running Mi A2 Lite in July, alongside the Xiaomi Mi A2. The phone is on the Android One program and its time for an upgrade... Read more ...