How To Print From IPhone 6, 6s, 7 Plus


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The iPhone is unlike other traditional phones which can only be used to make and receive calls, send and receive messages, and manage your email. It has become an important business tool for users and can be used to execute important office functions like printing.

Apple designed a technology called AirPrint to help people create full-quality printed photos and documents from their Mac, iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, without having to install additional software.

 Having used your big-screen iPhone 6, 6s, or 7 Plus for some days, you may want to print some files and texts that you collected on your device.

However, www.imobie.com, says it may sometimes be a little difficult to print from an iPhone 6/6s/7 Plus directly, especially when you have no AirPrint-supported printer around.

In order to correctly use AirPrint to print files from iPhone, just follow this tutorial, if you prefer an AirPrint alternative. However, there exists another method for you to print from iPhone without using AirPrint application.

Part 1

How to print from iPhone with AirPrint

Apple firstly added AirPrint to iPhone since it released iOS 4.2. After that, people can print photos and documents from an iPhone without having to download files to computer or install apps or software.

However, there are some requirements when using AirPrint to print from iPhone 6, 6s or 7 (plus):

You should have one AirPrint-enabled printer. Presently, many brands support AirPrint, such as Brother, Canon, Epson and HP. You can choose any one but make sure the printer model is compatible with AirPrint.

Keep iPhone and printer in the same Wi-Fi network. Your iPhone will automatically detect your printer if your turn it on and enable its Wi-Fi.

It is simple to use AirPrint to print app files if the apps on your iPhone support AirPrint. Instructions on how to print pictures from iPhone 6 with AirPrint are provided below.

Normally, you can easily print from an iPhone by following the steps above. But some of you may face problem when error messages like “AirPrint Won’t Work” pops up. In this case, you can try the tips below to fix it.

Tip 1 – Turn off router, printer and iPhone, and then turn them on.

Tip 2 – Check whether your printer stops working.

Tip 3 – Check whether your printer is an AirPrint-supported printer.

Tip 4 – Check whether you enabled Wi-Fi on your printer.

Tip 5 – Force-restart your iPhone by holding on both Home and Power/Wake buttons.

Tip 6 – Update your printer to latest firmware and keep it on the same Wi-Fi.

Tip 7 – Update your iPhone to latest iOS.

Tip 8 – Try to print from iPhone without AirPrint

Note:

  1. There are some iPhone apps that don’t support AirPrint, such as Messages.
  2. If these tips still can’t figure out why can’t AirPrint cannot print from iPhone 6,6s, or 7 (plus), please move to Part 2 for solutions.

 Part 2

 How to print from iPhone without AirPrint

Sometimes, when you have no AirPrint-enabled printer or AirPrint can’t be used, you can try other methods to print your data from iPhone without wireless printing. Here are some tips to help you do this.

To print email documents and attached files, you can login your email by using the browser on your computer, download the files and print them.

To print pictures, you can download them to your computer, and then print them by simply getting your photos from iPhone to your PC or transferring your pictures from iPhone to Mac.

To print text messages, contacts, safari history or some other iPhone data, you can try to use AnyTrans to download them as print-supported files, such as html, PDF or TXT on your computer, and then print them. AnyTrans can extract more than 20 types of files from your iPhone to your computer

Steps: After connecting your  iPhone 6, 6s, or 7 Plus to computer, Open AnyTrans > Click Device Content button > Select Message (taking messages as an example) > Choose messages you would like to extract > Click To Computer button.

#Takeaway

Dual boot

A dual boot system is a computer that can boot into two different operating systems. While most computers automatically load a specific operating system at start-up, a dual boot system allows you to choose what OS you would like to load.

 For example, a dual boot Windows system may provide an option to load either Windows 7 or Windows 8 at start-up.

According to www.techterms.com, Linux and Mac OS X users can install Windows to create a Linux/Windows or Mac/Windows dual boot configuration.

Dual boot systems are often used by computer enthusiasts, who prefer different operating systems for different tasks or want to run OS-specific applications. Software developers also use dual boot systems to test their software on multiple operating systems. A single dual boot system is more efficient than buying and setting up two separate computers.

 In order to create a dual boot system, you first need to install a custom boot manager or “boot loader.” This is a small programme that loads near the beginning of the boot sequence before the OS loads. Common PC boot loaders include LILO and GRUB, which support Linux and Windows. Mac users can install Apple’s Boot Camp utility. In most cases, you will need to install each operating system on separate partitions. Linux installations may require multiple partitions just for the Linux OS. While the disk partitioning can be done manually, it is typically accomplished using a dual boot utility like EasyBCD (Windows) or Boot Camp (Mac OS X).

While many users still create dual boot machines, virtualisation has become a more common way to run multiple operating systems on a single computer. Unlike dual booting, virtualisation allows you to run multiple operating systems at the same time and switch between them without restarting. However, booting into a specific OS typically yields the best performance.

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