How to Print Photos from iPhone?

by Ryan Smith Online Blogger

Printing photos from your iPhone may not sound like a possible task, but it is indeed possible. Previously, you needed a PC as well as a USB-cable to print the photos. Fortunately, now you can directly print your picture from the iPhone. Here is how it can be quickly done.

Printing photos from the iPhone with the help of AirPrint

  1. Firstly, launch the picture which you wish to print on the iPhone.
  2. Then, press on the Share symbol. It has an arrow pointing upwards placed inside a square in the end left-hand side of the display.
  3. See the options towards the end of the display.
  4. Next, click on Print.
  5. After that, choose Printer.
  6. Then, select the printer that you are going to use.
  7. Next, write the number of copies that you require.
  8. After that, select the color of the print.
  9. Then, input the size of the paper you are going to use.
  10. Lastly, click on Print.

Printing without AirPrint

  1. Firstly, get the application related to the maker of the printer.
  2. Then, launch the application.

Note that it will quickly start looking for printers on the network.

  • Go to Settings and include your printer if it doesn’t.
  • Next, let the printer application access the pictures.
  • After that, select the picture that you wish to print.
  • Then, modify the print settings (optional).
  • Lastly, click on Print.

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What to do if the iPhone does not connect to the printer?

  • Switch off the Wi-Fi router for about 10 seconds, and then switch it on.
  • Turn off the printer for about 10 seconds, and then switch it on.
  • Update the printer as well as the router with the newest firmware as well as drivers.
  • Go for updating the software on the phone.

What to do if AirPrint stops working?

  • Ensure that the iPhone is not in Airplane mode.
  • Turn off the Wi-Fi of the iPhone and then turn it on.
  • Ensure that you are not using the public network because AirPrint needs security protection for working.

How to identify my printer on the iPhone?

Note that for using AirPrint, you require an iPhone 3GS or newer and an AirPrint-turned on the printer.

  • Remember that if your printer is not supporting AirPrint, then your iPhone does not identify for printing.
  •  Whereas if you are pretty sure that your printer does support AirPrint, then see the printer’s settings for ensuring that your AirPrint is turned on.

Ryan Smith is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cybersecurity. He writes about the latest updates regarding and how it can improve the work experience of users. His articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs, and websites.

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