A pple will terminate his first physical photo print service later this year, post message in the latest versi of macOS
A new message in macOS 10.13.6, detected for the first time by 9to5Mac states that final orders using the integrated service must be made by September 30, 2018 – suggesting that Apple completely removes the service this year.
In other words, Mac users will now have to opt for third-party optis to ctinue making photo books, calendars, prints and physical maps
. The pop-up message also includes an Apple recommendati to download a photo project extensi from the Mac App Store. The API was introduced for the first time in macOS High Sierra and allows third party services to integrate their user interface into the Photos applicati.
Shutterfly, Mimeo Photos, Wix, GoodTimes and WhiteWall are some of the compatible apps.
It is worth noting that the beta versis of macOS Mojave make no reference to Apple's photo printing service.
Apple's photo printing products exist since 2002. When it was launched, it was integrated into native iPhoto applicatis. He even dragged when Apple switched from iPhoto to the applicati Photos at the time of OS X Yosemite.
Over the years, the Physical Print Service has expanded its offers from simple prints to photo books, albums and calendars. The platform made it easy and simple to create …