Back when Apple introduced the iPhone 4S, one of the apps that would be arriving alongside the phone would be the Cards app. This was basically a feature and service Apple offered to their customers where they would be able to create custom-made letterpress cards and have them printed and shipped to someone else. We’re not sure how popular the Cards app or service was, but we’re guessing it wasn’t exactly a hit because it seems that Apple has decided to discontinue it.
It started off as a rumor, but it has since been confirmed by Apple themselves with a statement on its website that reads, “Cards ordered before 1 PM Pacific time on September 10, 2013, will be delivered, and push notifications will continue to work.” The page notifying users of its discontinuation also suggests that iOS users looking to create a similar experience can turn to the iPhoto software on their Mac computer. What do you guys think? Are you sad to see the Cards app go?
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