• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for size, price, and reliving a memory!

    • Written by Eric H from Vandalia

    I recently came across some videos of my now 20 year old daughter from when she was 4... instantly knew I wanted to do a Lifeprint photo print of this! Not only is it a cute picture of my then 4 year old, but to watch the video that is embedded within it is beyond magical and heart warming! I've looked at most of the other micro printers out there... and this Hyperphoto aspect puts the Lifeprint pretty far ahead. I have seen the new and updated Lifeprint printer (larger paper size) and simply think it is just way too big. I'm sticking with the smaller one! Keeps the pictures and videos fun! I don't need a perfect print, and do not expect one from this device. Just a pleasure to have and share with all!

    16 of 20 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Worst printer ever

    • Written by David D from Atascadero

    I purchased this product for Christmas because I thought that, like everything else sold by Apple, this would be a gem. However, this is without a doubt the worst printer ever. I can't understand why Apple would support this product by selling it on their website. The photo quality is something like the original Polaroid cameras. I am totally unhappy with it and wouldn't recommend it even to give to kids for play fun. Photos that look beautiful on the iPhone or iPad devices look horrible when printed on this machine. For the price, or any price, I would not purchase nor recommend that anyone else purchase it.

    26 of 37 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    The pictures really do come to life!

    • Written by John P from Seattle

    If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a hyperphoto is worth infinitely more. It's both a tangible and virtual memento as well as loads of fun to create. Not only that, but hyperphotos are a great yet simple way to stay connected with the people closest to me.

    96 of 120 people found this useful