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iOS 14: How to limit third-party access to the iPhone’s Photos app

Among the variety of security and privacy enhancements with iOS 14 is improved control for photo permissions. Read along for how to limit third-party access to the iPhone’s Photos app.

photos Stories July 1

After Apple stopped offering a direct way to print photos, calendars, and more in macOS, it fortunately allowed Photo app extensions from third-parties to integrate printing options. Now, popular Mac printing service Mimeo Photos has launched the ability to bring large wall decor prints to your home on metal, acrylic, and canvas.

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photos Stories January 10

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Photos and videos are some of our most precious digital data that we never want to lose. That’s why macOS Catalina includes the Photos app with a built-in service for backing up your photo library. iCloud Photos is the easiest way to manage your personal photo library.

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photos Stories January 2

iPhone: How to remove location data from photos and videos before sharing

Need to share some photos or videos but want to retain a bit more privacy than normal? Follow along for how to remove location data from photos and videos on iPhone before sharing.

photos Stories November 19, 2019

Mimeo brings simple photo prints back to Apple’s Photos app for Mac customers

Mimeo, a popular third-party printing service that works as an integrated plug-in with Apple’s Photos app for macOS has announced the option to order photo prints including everything from wallet size to portrait and all the way up to large format panoramas.

photos Stories October 1, 2019

Last year, Apple discontinued the native option to print photo books and more from its Photos app for Mac. Several third parties filled the gap with Photos extensions including Motif. Now that company — which Apple used for its own printing service — has launched an iOS app to offer photo book printing from iPhone and iPad. We’ve also got a 15% off deal for 9to5Mac readers.

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