Yahoo to Cut Mail Support for Older iPhones
Jun 4, 2015, 1:15 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Yahoo today said it plans more cuts to its product lineup in the interest of focusing on core businesses. To start, Yahoo will no longer support Yahoo Mail in the built-in iOS mail app for devices running iOS 4 and older. Yahoo said Yahoo Mail will still be available via Safari on older iOS devices, but not in the native email app after June 15. Further, Yahoo will can Yahoo Maps June 30, will cease supporting contact sync on older Mac computers June 15, and will shutter Yahoo Pipes August 30. Last, Yahoo will cut some of its international media properties, such as Yahoo Music in France and Canada, and Yahoo Movies in Spain. Yahoo has taken an aggressive approach to cutting businesses that underperform. Yahoo said making these changes will help it improve its performance across its main businesses.
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