Printing via AirPrint on an iPhone or iPod Touch with iOS 13

Article ID: ART175398 | Date published: 09/23/2019 | Date last updated: 04/01/2020
 

Description

How do I print from my iPhone / iPod Touch?


 

Solution


If your iPhone or iPod Touch is running iOS 13, follow these instructions if you want to print via AirPrint.

 The following screenshots were taken from an iPhone 8 Plus.  Layouts may vary depending on your iOS device.

 Learn how to cancel a print job.

 AirPrint works with Wi-Fi or wired network connections.  AirPrint is not supported with an iOS device connected to the USB port of an AirPort base station or Time Capsule, or to a computer via Bluetooth.

 Learn which printer models support AirPrint.
 

How do I start printing?

  1. Tap the Share icon.
    Depending on the app you are using, it may look like one of the following.

    Please note that not all apps support AirPrint.

  2. Swipe up from the bottom of the screen.

    Tap Print.

  3. If your printer has not been specified, tap Select Printer.

  4. Tap on your printer.

  5. Tap Options to see additional options available, such as if you want to print with Double-sided printing and color.  After tapping Options, tap Range if you have a multiple page document or webpage open and you want to print a specific range of pages.

  6. Specify the page range you want to print.  Then, tap Printer Options.

  7. Tap Print.

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How do I cancel a print job?

  1. If you want to cancel an item waiting to print (or that is currently printing), double click or tap the Home button on your iPhone or iPod Touch.  Then, swipe over to Print Center and tap it.  Then, tap on the item that you do not want to print.

     If you have an iPhone X or later, swipe up from the bottom of the screen and hold until you see the App Switcher.  Then, swipe over to Print Center and tap it.

  2. Tap Cancel Printing.

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If your product issue was not resolved after following the steps above, or if you require additional help, please create or log in to your Canon Account to see your technical support options.
 


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