How can I make the most of my iPad Air?

Christmas has come to an end and the New Year is just around the corner. Whether you already have an Apple iPad or iPhone or you were lucky enough to get one for Christmas like I was, this article will help you get the most out of your new gadgets. As we all know Apple is still the most popular and in-demand make for phones and iPads because of their wide range of apps and super-fast connections and of course their gorgeous slim designs. The latest iPad Air does even more and weighs even less and with the new iOS 7 software, it lets you do more than you ever imagined. I love getting new gadgets and with my new iPad air, I can put it in my handbag and browse happily on the go.

iPad Air Printing

The new iPad air features all the usual applications but with iOS 7 it performs faster and can multi-task a lot better when browsing the web, using apps and air printing. AirPrint enables you to instantly print from your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Mac without the need to install drivers or download software. To AirPrint, select an AirPrint printer from the options on your device, connect both to the same WI-FI connection and print your pictures or files. It’s that simple! AirPrint is built into many printer models from most popular printer manufacturers. Just select an AirPrint printer on your local network and print from your favourite iOS or OS X app. Apple’s AirPrint feature was introduced back in late 2010 and since then it’s been a major boost for millions across the world. There are plenty to choose from, with major brands Canon, Lexmark, Samsung and HP. An AirPrint printer is a great investment as you can print as many memories as you like with no wires and no hassle.

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