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iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, iPhone Xr WiFi Printing Guide

Wireless printing is one of those things you end up doing naturally on an iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xr, once you familiarize yourself with the process. Some people might never need it, others might actually feel the need to print a wide range of documents. So, it is important to know that you should be able to print wirelessly pretty much any kind of PDF or Word or other written document, but also pictures and even the content of your emails!

 

Since the iOS software is equipped, by default, to support printing via Wi-Fi, you’re only left with the task of configuring the device for the wireless printer that you have access to. Obviously, your iPhone is smart enough to do everything described above, but you must still have a printer at hand and tell your phone what printer would that be.

So, coming up next you have our Wi-Fi printing on iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xr devices out there. It also works with pretty much any kind of printer out there – Epson, Lexmark, HP, whatever!

 

Want to know how to print through Wi-Fi from iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xr?

  1. Go straight to the app that contains the content you want to print;
  2. Use the app’s share icon or the Settings icon to access the printing option;
  3. Hit the Print option available in there;
  4. Select one of the AirPrint-enabled printers;
  5. Type the number of copies you’d like to get for the document that is about to be printed;
  6. And initiate the process from the Print button.

 

Basically, you must connect iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, iPhone Xr to wireless printer, select that printer from its settings, and spend a few seconds to configure the settings available in there.

Let’s assume you want to print email on iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xr, like we have suggested in the beginning of this article. You must open that email, use the reply button, and finally, select Print. Assuming all your settings are correct, you will have the Print button at the bottom of the screen. Go on and try it, you’ll see it’s not difficult at all to print from iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max or iPhone Xr via Wi-Fi.

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