iPhoto Out

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I have heard that Apple is doing away with iPhoto and replacing it with a new App. Does anyone know if this will mean doing away with Photobooks? This is a feature I have used extensively. Hate to see it go. If it will be part of new app, I will be greatly relieved.
 

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No one knows for sure what the new "Photos" app will be comprised of. However, traditionally Apple never removes the older version of an App unless it's not compatible with a new version of OS X. I suspect that you will be able to continue using iPhoto as long as it remains compatible.
 
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iPhoto was just updated to work with Yosemite, so you have at least another year to work with it and probably longer than that. Photos may or may not offer a photobooks option, but if by chance it doesn't there are at least half-a-dozen third-party apps (most from the same companies that contract to do the Apple photobooks) that will handle it.
 

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