AirPrint is Apple’s own 'built-in'' mobile printing
facility on the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
A major benefit of AirPrint is that you can print a
wide range of document types with a wireless link.
Some smartphone and tablet print apps developed by
printer manufacturers can only be used to print photos or PDFs, but
AirPrint works in conjunction with apps already installed on your Apple
device, so you can print from built-in apps including Mail, Photo,
Safari and iWork.
With AirPrint you can wirelessly print:
Photos - using the photo app on the device.
Emails - through the Mail app on the device.
Web pages - displayed on the Safari browser.
PDFs and office documents.
AirPrint is easy to set up and use. However,
there's little in the way of options to adjust print settings - you
can't change the print size or quality settings, but you can change
If your printer has a dedicated photo paper tray,
AirPrint will automatically select paper from this tray when printing
When AirPrint first launched it was only compatible
with selected HP e-all-in-one printers. Since then, AirPrint compatible
printers have also become available from most manufacturers including
OKI, Canon and Epson.
More than 100 printers are now AirPrint compatible,
so it’s easy to locate one within your budget.
OKI Airprint Compatible
AirPrint is built in to OKI printers and MFP models
listed below. Just select an AirPrint printer on your local network to
print from your favourite iOS or OS X app.
AirPrint is available with the following printers:
A3 Colour MFP
A3 Colour MFP
MB562dnw Mono MFP
For more information visit our
OKI printers in the Online Shop, or download our
Guide to Printing From Your iPad.