Do you want to print from your iOS 13.1.2 or iPadOS? Well, the need for this post is to guide you and show you how you can print on your new iOS version. The truth is that many folks found out that they’re unable to print after updating to the latest version of iOS 13.
You should know that the print function to trigger your AirPrint is still there on your iOS 13 and iPadOS just that the location has changed. Before you can print, you will have to customize the share sheet actions to have the print feature available on the app.
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In this post, we will be showing you how to print on your iOS 13 using Safari as an example. However, you should know that the same method can be applied to other Apps such as Note, Reminder, and message.
How To print from your iPhone in iOS 13 And iPadOS
Step 1: Open the Safari and load any web page.
Step 2: Now Tap on the ‘Share’ icon in the app
Step 3: Scroll up from the bottom of the screen
Step 4: You should find the ‘Print’ feature just below the makeup feature
Step 5: Tap on it to AirPrint
How To Move the Print action to the top of the list in your Share Sheet
You can make some changes here as well. Moving the print action to the top list will make it easy for you to print anything on the go. Below is how to do that.
Step 1: Tap on ‘Edit Actions..’ at the bottom of the screen
Step 2: Scroll down to the section ‘Other Actions’
Step 3: Next, tap on the Green ‘+’ icon next to Print
Step 4: Now tap ‘Done’ at the top right corner of the screen
You will now have the ‘Print’ feature to your Shares Sheet favorites at the top of the actions list bar.
How to print an email in iOS 13 and iPadOS
Step 1: Open your email and tap on the reply button
Step 2: Now you should see a bunch of mail app actions, including print as well as reply all, flag, mark as unread, forward, archive message, etc.
Step 3: Then tap on the print and your AirPrint Printer Options dialog appears to select your printer and how many copies you want to print.
That’s all to know. We hope you find this helpful. If you still have any other problem concerning printing on your iOS 13 iPhone or iPadOS, you should use the ask questions on our Forum and get a good answer from our community.
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