The iOS AirPrint functionality will only work on the following printers upon release:
- HP Envy e-All-in-One series (D410a)
- HP Photosmart Plus e-AiO (B210a)
- HP Photosmart Premium e-AiO (C310a)
- HP Photosmart Premium Fax e-AiO (C410a)
- HP Photosmart e-AiO (D110)
- HP Photosmart eStation (C510)
- HP LaserJet Pro M1536dnf Multifunction Printer
- HP LaserJet Pro CM1415fn Color Multifunction Printer
- HP LaserJet Pro CM1415fnw Color Multifunction Printer
- HP LaserJet Pro CP1525n Color Printer
- HP LaserJet Pro CP1525nw Color Printer
Rumor has it, in late December we’ll see an update that will extend this list. It is likely that will only be to more HP printers which already have networked wireless printing.
I’m a few hours behind the times, but it was released today.
Some features include:
- Find My iPhone
- Safari “Find in Page”
- iPad now supports iOS features that were available on iPhone (all platforms have same functionality now)
I’m excited about AirPrint (yes, I know, I am). I had heard it was only compatible right now with limited devices. This limitation was placed by Apple, and is not a limitation of the technology. Currently it only allows printing to specific HP printers. There are some alternate solutions for other devices, but I’d give Apple a few months and we should have a larger set of potential printers.
This applies to AppleTV, iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices.
Things have been happening very fast in the past week or 2, and wanted to review them.
Hopefully, I’ll be covering the following:
- Beatles on iTunes
- iTunes 10.1
- iOS 4.2 coming soon
- Google Voice
- Mobile versions of Sites
There’s a lot on my mind, and I haven’t written in a while. Today I get to catch up.