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Canon Introduces New Printers That Support Apple’s AirPrint

Limited printing capabilities from iOS devices, especially with the iPad, has been a sore spot with users. Canon hopes to make life a little easier by introducing new models that will support Apple’s AirPrint. This feature allows users to print wirelessly from their mobile iOS devices without installing printer drivers.

Susan Megrund

More Printers Now Have Full AirPrint Support

Great news for some HP printer owners as the company has expanded the number of its printers that work with Apple’s AirPrint feature. The number of printers compatible with the service has jumped by eight, according to HP's official AirPrint site.

Bryan M. Wolfe

New AppGuide: Printer Apps

If you have a printer that is not AirPrint friendly, getting a file to print from your iPad can be a hassle. There are many apps to help you with this task. This AppGuide will give you the best apps to print various files from your non-AirPrint printer.

Greg Sapienza

AirPrint: Printing Made Easy On Your iPad - The Ultimate How To

Printing from the iPad is easy with AirPrint, but is it really as easy as Apple boasts? Only if you have the right printer. But which is the right printer? And once you get it installed how do you print? Well stop worrying, and just sit back, relax and grab your iPad for some notes, because I'm going to tell you everything you need to know about AirPrint.

Robin Rhys

New AppList: AirPrint Enabled Apps

AirPrint is a great feature allowing apps to print to physical printers on the local network or virtual printers through Mac plugins like Printopia. Many built in apps already support this including: Safari, Mail, and Photos. Developers are hard at work to support this new functionality. Here are the apps that are AirPrint enabled …

Tim Chaten

Talk About A Mobile Office: AirPrint To The Rescue

With the release of iOS 4.2.1 yesterday, including Apple's AirPrint technology, a new era has begun. The iOS community seems to be on the verge of yet another app race, and this time it's all about who can get out the AirPrint-capable app the fastest.

Casey Tschida

OmniGraffle 1.4 Is Out And It's iOS 4.2 Ready!

A big update for OmniGraffle is now out and ready for download. OmniGraffle was one of the original iPad apps launched back in April. It is a great tool for organizing thoughts visually. OmniGraffle 1.4 is now fully iOS 4.2 optimized ...

Tim Chaten

No AirPrint & AirPlay For Legacy iDevices

Apple has recently updated its website and deleted the iPod touch 2G from the list of devices that will support AirPrint. AirPrint will only work on devices that can multitask. Therefore, you won't be able to print directly from your iPod touch 2G natively, and it's the same story for the iPhone 3G.

Alexander Vaughn