UK Mac users want full-feature parity with North American users when it comes to iPhoto, and they’re taking action on the matter.
The International iPhoto Day of Action is a campaign urging iPhoto users to contact Apple today, asking why the company still hasn’t addressed the needs of iPhoto users in the UK and other parts of the world over a year after the application was launched.
Those lobbying the company will be demanding to know why iPhoto users outside North America are unable to order prints and a hard-bound book directly from within the application, according to
Macworld UK .
Spearheaded by a name user named “Simon” (no last name is given on the International iPhoto Day of Action Web site), the site urges UK Mac users to “e-mail and/or phone Apple and lodge a complaint about the lack of effort and indifference in bringing the above mentioned features to the rest of the world.”
Simon urges his fellow iPhoto users to: “Lodge a complaint about the lack of effort and indifference in bringing these features to the rest of the world.” He serves up a list of worldwide Apple offices (taken from Apple’s US site) with links to their respective contacts page.