AirPrint Compatible Printers For iOS and Mac OSX

Apple AirPrint Compatible Printers
Mobile device printing is experiencing an incredible surge in consumer demand. WiFi Wireless print function capabilities for the increasingly popular Apple iPad tablet is exploding thanks to the newest offerings of Wi-Fi AirPrint supported printers for iPad that are now shipping from HP, Brother, and Canon, Samsung as well as many others. While initially a under-baked feature, some recent updates to Apple's iOS handheld operating system have brought more powerful wire-free iOS printing capabilities for not just iPad, but iPhones and the iPod Touch model as well.

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AirPrint Compatible Printers: Most but not all printer models natively support AirPrint functions in their wireless printers for Mac OSX and Apple hand-held devices. But that's quickly changing as ever more models of newly introduced Epson, Brother and Canon and HP printers incorporate AirPrint printing support as standard equipment. Most All-In Ones now offer options for direct AirPrint printing from handheld devices. Non-wireless printers can still be used, but may require running a necessary printing app on your iOS device to 'print through' the app or up to a data 'Cloud' without needing to use an officially supported by the vendor. There are also some ingenious Mac OS X printer apps and work-arounds which can enable iOS device printing using what is called Bridging. These apps allow your Apple iOS device to bridge on thru to a MacBook laptop or desktop which is available on the LAN to any available shared printer that its configured to print for.

Given Apple users love of mobility and portability - It should be noted that Canon has just introduced the first AC and battery-powered portable printer with AirPrint wireless printing support (as well as USB) built in. That makes it a great option for those who need to print from a MacBook or Apple iOS device when traveling. Learn more about it here: http://www.maclaptopprinters.com