Printers and the World of Wi-Fi 
 
 

Tuesday October 6, 2015

On September 25, 2015, Apple released their new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus to an eager public. Shipping 13 million phones within their first week, needless to say, the event was a hit. Some of the newest features are – 3D touchscreen technology, pressure sensitive game and art controls, a super-fast A9 processor, and an upgraded familiar friend, the camera.

Up from eight megapixels on the iPhone 6 to 12 megapixels on the newest models, this leap means sunsets will be more spectacular, smiles will be brighter, and action shots more detailed to really capture the moment! The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus has also added the fastest forms of LTE Advanced Wi-Fi and state-of-the-art access points so you can view and upload all your images, videos, and selfies on the go!

And the printing industry has taken notice.

Why Wireless Printing?

Most of the major players in the industry – Canon, Epson, HP, Fuji, Konica, and others – updated their printers long ago with software, hardware, and drivers that will fully support Apple’s wireless printing network – AirPrint. But what is it about the advent of these newest devices, wireless printing, and Apple AirPrint that has business leaders, and consumers so excited? What does wireless printing on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus mean for them? For us?

More Money: Ink and toner cartridges can be costly to replace. Same with traditional printers. However, newer wireless printers are made to last, made to travel, and can print up to 50,000 documents before ever needing replacement.

More Time: With wireless printing, there is no waiting for the clunky machine at the office. Simply setup your wireless network and hit “print” from wherever you are. No lines. No priorities. Only speed and capability.  

Mobility & Networking: Wireless printing means your meeting can be anywhere! No longer are you relegated to one stationary printer. You can take your laptop, tablet, or mobile device with you across the office, or across town.

More Media Choices: In years past, some printers only supported photos and PDFs. With wireless printing, you can choose from any number of media types, including: emails, web pages, documents, photos, and more.  

Less Setup: With AirPrint and wireless capabilities, there is no hardware, no drivers, no upgrades, no cables. Simply set up an email with the compatible printer, and you’re off.

Trust the Experts:

For whatever reason you choose Apple iPhone, AirPrint, and mobile printing on-the-go trust the experts at Cartridge World! Not only can we help you choose the right printer with wireless capabilities, but we can also show you how to setup and use AirPrint.

Visit your local Cartridge World store today!