Canon Vows to Support Apple AirPrint Moving Forward – Select Printers Get Update Now

September 22nd, 2011

AirPrint.jpgOne cool feature that Apple is baking
into its new hardware is the ability to skip the wireless networking
process altogether. AirPlay, for example, lets you wirelessly play
music from your Apple device using any AirPlay enabled product.

AirPrint works similarly, but hasn’t
been getting as much excitement built around it since, up until now
anyway, the only compatible printers were from HP. It’s not that HP
is bad, but a feature that only works on one brand of printer is
casting a pretty small net.

Canon has just announced that its
MG8220, MG6220 and MG5320 printers are all AirPrint compatible thanks
to a firmware update. Even more interesting is that Canon says that
the majority of its Pixma printers will be AirPrint capable from this
point forward.

Visit Canon’s website for more details.

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