The Photo Print Products service has been integrated with iPhoto since its initial release in 2002, according to the report.
Apple is planning toÂ shut downÂ its 16-year-old Photo Print Products service from September 30.
According to aÂ reportÂ byÂ 9to5Mac, a message was displayed in the AppleÂ Photos application on macOS 10.13.6, which read that the Cupertino-based company will stop the service.
â€œTo create a Photos Project, download a Photos Project Extension from the Mac App Store to create books, cards, calendars and prints, or reprint an existing project. Youâ€™ll also discover a variety of new services available through Project Extensions.Â For final purchases using the existing built-in service, place your orders by September 30, 2018,â€� the message read according to the report.
TheÂ Photo Print Products serviceÂ has been integrated with iPhotoÂ sinceÂ its initial release in 2002, according toÂ theÂ report.