Don't have an AirPrint printer? Then you'll need a little help printing from your iDevice. AirPrint Activator is a free Mac app that provides just that aid.
This utility, available for Windows and Mac, enables wireless printing from your iDevice. It also lets you beam photos and whatnot right to your Dropbox folder.
With this clever app, you can turn e-mails, Web pages, and other documents into PDFs for viewing and sharing.
Apple's initial AirPrint offerings for iOS were rather limited, but HP has expanded the options today by enabling six more printer models to use AirPrint technology.
Thinking you're going to have to replace your printer if you want to take advantage of iOS 4.2's cool new AirPrint feature? Think again.
iOS 4.2 for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch lands today in iTunes, bringing multitasking to the iPad -- but are printer problems to blame for a late start?
Perhaps peculiarly, Apple removed AirPrint from the public release of Mac OS X 10.6.5, an update largely expected to allow iOS devices to print to shared network printers.
Apple's AirPrint feature will debut on iOS 4.2 and allow users to print wirelessly from any Apple mobile device.
Apple has updated its popular digital-book reader iOS app, iBooks, now version 1.2, to include support for AirPrint, PDF and notes printing, Collections, and new fully illustrated children's books and art books available for download in the iBookstore.
Coinciding with Apple's release of iOS 4.2, iWork for iPad gets an update, adding support for iOS 4.2 features such as multitasking, AirPrint, and several other enhancements.