Apple will discontinue its photo print service later this year.
9to5Mac spotted this. Using Photo Books or iPhoto, users can choose from pictures taken on an iPhone or iPad, synced to the Mac Photos app, and build books, cards, calendars, and prints that are then mailed to them.
Now, a popup appears saying that the user should download a Project Extension, referring to third parties.
The service will be officially discontinued this fall.
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