Your iPhone X/iPhone 10 is a smart device, but your printer might be smart too. If it’s an AirPrint-enabled model, you have no reason not to use it for printing documents stored on the iPhone, through a Wi-Fi connection. These days, even the computers use a wireless connection with their printers, so, who’s to say you can’t do it from your iPhone as well?
Epson, HP, Lexmark and many other great printers out there are AirPrint-enabled models. And with the wireless printing guide for iPhone being so straightforward, you’re almost ready to get started. Remember we’re not just talking about text documents – be it from editing apps or email apps or whatever – but also about pictures, graphics, PDFs and any other types of content that can be typically printed on a computer. You can do it all from your iPhone X/iPhone 10 as well.
Read the steps listed below and let us know if there’s anything that doesn’t seem clear enough. We bet it won’t be, but still, we’re here for you!
To print documents from the iPhone X/iPhone 10 via Wi-Fi…
- Begin by launching the app with your document;
- As you’ve opened the document that needs to be printed, look for the Share icon;
- Select the Share icon and you will see, among the other options, a button labeled as Print;
- Tap on it and then, tap on one of the AirPrint enabled printers associated with this option;
- Make the required adjustments, like the number of copies and whatever else will seem relevant to you;
- Finally, tap the Print button one more time before it begins.
All in all, to print from an iPhone X/iPhone 10or an , you need a wireless printer. If the printer you have at hand can work this way, you will find it within the list of AirPrint-enabled printers. And all you have to do is to use the print option from within the document you need to print, select your printer, and get it started. You should try it with an email, for a first experience, and you will see how easy it is to use the Print option and transfer your content on paper in a matter of only a few seconds!