For best results
- Make sure your software is up to date. For iOS, verify that your device is using the latest version of iOS available and that the app you're printing from is up to date. For OS X, Use Software Update to update OS X and apps you've purchased from the Mac App Store.
- AirPrint printers connected to the USB port of an Apple AirPort Base Station or AirPort Time Capsule are not supported with AirPrint. Connect your AirPrint printer to your network using Wi-Fi, or connect it to a LAN port on your AirPort device using Ethernet.
- Make sure that your AirPrint printer is connected to your network before attempting to print. Some AirPrint printers can take several minutes to join a network after being turned on.
If you're unable to print
- Make sure your printer has paper, and enough ink or toner installed.
- Make sure your printer is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your iOS device.
- Make sure your printer has power and is turned on. Try turning your printer off and then back on again to see if it resolves your issue.
- Check to see if your printer has any error lights or indicators displayed on the printer's control panel. Check the documentation that came with your printer to clear any errors displayed.
- Check with your printer's manufacturer to see if any firmware updates are available for your printer. Check your printer's documentation or contact the printer vendor for more information. A firmware update may be available, even if you just bought your printer.
- HP ePrint Enterprise
- HP NFC/Wireless 1200w – Mobile Print Accessory
- Lexmark Print Management
- Astro-Med ToughWriter 5
- Brother DCP-7180DN
- Brother DCP-8110DN
- Brother DCP-8150DN