- Content Saved to iCloud Is Available Anywhere
- Access Your App-Specific Data Online at iCloud.com
- Create a Photo Stream Using iCloud
- Using a Unique Apple ID for iCloud
- Backing Up with iCloud
- iCloud: Many Uses, One Storage Space
- Share Data with Other Nearby iPhone and iPad Users via AirDrop
- Stream Content from Your iPhone or iPad to Other Compatible Devices Using AirPlay
- Print Files Wirelessly Using an AirPrint-Compatible Printer
Print Files Wirelessly Using an AirPrint-Compatible Printer
Another wireless feature built in to iOS 7 is AirPrint. It enables compatible apps to wirelessly send documents, data, or photos to be printed on an AirPrint-compatible laser, ink jet, or photo printer. For this feature to work, the iOS mobile device and the AirPrint printer must be connected to the same wireless home network.
Dozens of different AirPrint-compatible printers are now available, from companies such as Brother, HP, Canon, Lexmark, and Epson.
After you’ve set up an AirPrint-compatible printer, you can use the Print feature built in to many apps, such as Pages, Notes, and Photos, for example, to print out files, documents, data, and photos. To learn more about AirPrint-compatible printers, visit http://support.apple.com/kb/ht4356.