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Print From iphone in Second

Apple Guide - 5:53 PM
print from iPhone
AirPrint is Apple's proprietary technology for mobile printing. You can print from your iPhone, iPod touch and Mac without a cable to print.

The advantage of AirPrint is that all sorts of document types via a wireless network (Wi-Fi) can print. Meanwhile AirPrint is supported by hundreds of iOS apps and works with printers from various manufacturers.

What is Air Print?

Canon pixma printerAirPrint allows you to create, without the need to install drivers., High quality printing on your printer You start the print from an iOS or OS X app. All you need to do is to choose the desired AirPrint printer on your local network. To use AirPrint, you need at least iOS 4.2 requires one of the following devices 

  • iPhone 3GS or newer
  • iPod touch third generation or newer
  • iPad (all models)

Why do you love to print from iPhone?


  • Wireless Printing To Your Mac's Printers
  • Easy, Instant Set-up
  • Power When You Need It
  • Serious Security For Privacy and Peace of Mind
  • Save Paper 
  • Print To Your Mac's Dropbox Folder
  • Works With Leopard and PowerPC Macs
  • No Need To Modify Your Operating System

Printers with AirPrint Support

AirPrint was originally only available on HP printers, but now the offer is further extended. Certain printers Brother, Canon, Dell, Epson, Fuji Xerox, Kyocera, Lenovo, Lexmark, Olivetti, Ricoh, Samsung, Sharp, Toshiba and Xerox already support AirPrint.

Main apps what you can use to print from iPhone

What can you print with AirPrint?

With AirPrint you can wirelessly print:
Photos (eg via the standard photo app)
Email (eg via the Mail app)
Web pages (eg via the Safari browser)
PDFs and documents (via apps like Documents by Readdle )
Articles you want to read (via apps like later on Instapaper and Evernote ) 

Prints using AirPrint

You can from iOS apps such as Mail, Safari, Camera, Cards, Pages, Numbers and Keynote make prints directly. Also, third-party apps like Dropbox , Evernote , Instapaper , Wikipanion and Documents by Readdle support AirPrint.
In all kinds of apps you'll find a button to make prints. It is usually accessible via a button as shown below:
airprint_knop_openen
Then you'll see a menu as below:
airprint printout
It is also possible that you will see a menu with icons as in the Photo app:
AirPrint option
The next step is to print the document or photo. In addition, you only have a limited number of options:

Airprint printer options

Limitations of AirPrint:
AirPrint printers connected to the USB port on an Apple AirPort Base Station or Time Capsule is not supported with AirPrint.
Some AirPrint printers with Wi-Fi functionality needed to connect to a Wi-Fi network after the printer is turned on. Connect several minutes

Printing on Mac with AirPrint

It is also possible to use AirPrint. Printing from a Mac This works the same as printing as you used to. iMacs and MacBooks with OS X Mountain Lion (10.8) and later are also suitable for AirPrint. The difference with the conventional method is that you need to install if you want to print something. Printer software and drivers You can add printers around in System Preferences> Printers and scanners. If AirPrint is enabled on the printer, OS X will add the printer by itself without you having to download and install. Printer software Via File> Print, you can then start a print job from any application.
It is also possible to get AirPrint working on computers running Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7/8. 

Wireless printing on non-AirPrint printers 

HP ePrintNot all printers support AirPrint. You have to deal with an unsupported printer, then you using third-party apps still make prints. Examples Printer Pro and Print Central for iPhone (available separately as a Print Central for iPad ). These apps let you virtually any document from your iPhone or iPad to print without a computer is needed. Another option is PrinterShare or handy print , the former AirPrint Activator. handy print ensures that all local shared printers available via AirPrint. If the printer is shared on your Mac, you'll get to see the printer.
On the Mac, you can use handy print and Printopia for making printing on printers that do not support AirPrint.

09 December 2013

, , , , ,

Print From iphone in Second

Apple Guide - 5:53 PM
print from iPhone
AirPrint is Apple's proprietary technology for mobile printing. You can print from your iPhone, iPod touch and Mac without a cable to print.

The advantage of AirPrint is that all sorts of document types via a wireless network (Wi-Fi) can print. Meanwhile AirPrint is supported by hundreds of iOS apps and works with printers from various manufacturers.

What is Air Print?

Canon pixma printerAirPrint allows you to create, without the need to install drivers., High quality printing on your printer You start the print from an iOS or OS X app. All you need to do is to choose the desired AirPrint printer on your local network. To use AirPrint, you need at least iOS 4.2 requires one of the following devices 

  • iPhone 3GS or newer
  • iPod touch third generation or newer
  • iPad (all models)

Why do you love to print from iPhone?


  • Wireless Printing To Your Mac's Printers
  • Easy, Instant Set-up
  • Power When You Need It
  • Serious Security For Privacy and Peace of Mind
  • Save Paper 
  • Print To Your Mac's Dropbox Folder
  • Works With Leopard and PowerPC Macs
  • No Need To Modify Your Operating System

Printers with AirPrint Support

AirPrint was originally only available on HP printers, but now the offer is further extended. Certain printers Brother, Canon, Dell, Epson, Fuji Xerox, Kyocera, Lenovo, Lexmark, Olivetti, Ricoh, Samsung, Sharp, Toshiba and Xerox already support AirPrint.

Main apps what you can use to print from iPhone

What can you print with AirPrint?

With AirPrint you can wirelessly print:
Photos (eg via the standard photo app)
Email (eg via the Mail app)
Web pages (eg via the Safari browser)
PDFs and documents (via apps like Documents by Readdle )
Articles you want to read (via apps like later on Instapaper and Evernote ) 

Prints using AirPrint

You can from iOS apps such as Mail, Safari, Camera, Cards, Pages, Numbers and Keynote make prints directly. Also, third-party apps like Dropbox , Evernote , Instapaper , Wikipanion and Documents by Readdle support AirPrint.
In all kinds of apps you'll find a button to make prints. It is usually accessible via a button as shown below:
airprint_knop_openen
Then you'll see a menu as below:
airprint printout
It is also possible that you will see a menu with icons as in the Photo app:
AirPrint option
The next step is to print the document or photo. In addition, you only have a limited number of options:

Airprint printer options

Limitations of AirPrint:
AirPrint printers connected to the USB port on an Apple AirPort Base Station or Time Capsule is not supported with AirPrint.
Some AirPrint printers with Wi-Fi functionality needed to connect to a Wi-Fi network after the printer is turned on. Connect several minutes

Printing on Mac with AirPrint

It is also possible to use AirPrint. Printing from a Mac This works the same as printing as you used to. iMacs and MacBooks with OS X Mountain Lion (10.8) and later are also suitable for AirPrint. The difference with the conventional method is that you need to install if you want to print something. Printer software and drivers You can add printers around in System Preferences> Printers and scanners. If AirPrint is enabled on the printer, OS X will add the printer by itself without you having to download and install. Printer software Via File> Print, you can then start a print job from any application.
It is also possible to get AirPrint working on computers running Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7/8. 

Wireless printing on non-AirPrint printers 

HP ePrintNot all printers support AirPrint. You have to deal with an unsupported printer, then you using third-party apps still make prints. Examples Printer Pro and Print Central for iPhone (available separately as a Print Central for iPad ). These apps let you virtually any document from your iPhone or iPad to print without a computer is needed. Another option is PrinterShare or handy print , the former AirPrint Activator. handy print ensures that all local shared printers available via AirPrint. If the printer is shared on your Mac, you'll get to see the printer.
On the Mac, you can use handy print and Printopia for making printing on printers that do not support AirPrint.