Apple Print Products
Apple offers a suite of print products through iPhoto for Mac, iPhoto for iOS, and Aperture, including prints of various sizes, photo greeting cards, personalized calendars, and photo books. See below for help on how to create and order your project, including info on shipping prices, order status and more!
Creating Your Order
For the best results, refer to these image resolution guidelines.
Each print size has its own rectangular shape, known as the aspect ratio. For example, an 8 x 10 print is proportionately taller and narrower than a 4 x 6 print. To make your image fit these different print shapes, photo labs usually enlarge the image slightly and crop out what doesn't fit.
For the best results, you should crop your images to the same aspect ratio as the print size you are ordering.
For more details on cropping photos, refer to:
We know you put a lot of care into creating your photo products. To ensure the very best book, card or calendar, we strongly recommend that you preview your order before submission.
For more details on previewing your order, refer to Preview a print project in Photos or iPhoto to avoid issues (Opens in a new window).
You may see a warning icon if there is a resolution or text issue with your photos. For more details, refer to Photos & iPhoto: warning icon when ordering photo products(Opens in a new window).
Change or Cancel Order
Apple wants you to be thrilled with your print product. If you are dissatisfied with an item and want to return it, we're here to help.
There are some situations that are beyond Apple's control. These include:
Errors in user-customizable featuresThis includes cover color, cropping, enhancements, red-eye reduction and formatting, such as, but not limited to captions or page numbers.
Errors in user-added textPlease preview any custom text carefully, and correct any mistakes prior to placing your order. Apple is unable to make text corrections to image files.
Poor image quality due to low-resolution imagesYou may see a warning icon if you select a low-resolution image. Preview each page of your book, card or calendar for grainy or pixelated images. If an image is too small and appears pixelated, try inserting it into a smaller frame.
For more details on low-resolution images and the warning icon, refer to image resolution guidelines for print products.
Get to know Photos and iPhoto
- Learn more about iPhoto '11 (Opens in a new window)
- Product Line Details for Prints (Opens in a new window)
- Product Line Details for Books, Cards, and Calendars (Opens in a new window)
- Four steps to great books, cards, and calendars (Opens in a new window)
- Learn more about cropping photos in iPhoto (Opens in a new window)
- Learn more about cropping photos in Photos for Mac (Opens in a new window)
- Learn how to preview your order (Opens in a new window)