Finally, iPhone 5 comes. There are no big changes compared with iPhone 4S. But iPhone 5 is thinner, lighter and faster. And the camera function is improved in iPhone 5. The Camera app features improvements including 40 percent faster photo capture, better low-light performance, and improved noise reduction. So you can snap more shots with more detail and clarity than ever before.
After taking photos with iPhone 5, you may want to print them. Apple itself provides a wireless service called AirPrint, which allows you to print photos from iPhone 5 with WiFi and printer. There’s no software to download, no drivers to install, and no cables to connect.
Besides printing photos, AirPrint also allows you to print documents, eBooks, mails wirelessly. And the steps below show you how to print photos from iPhone 5 in details.
Steps: Printing iPhone 5 Photos Wirelessly
Make sure WiFi is enabled and that your are connected to the same WiFi network as your printer.
Step1: Configure your printer
Ensure AirPrint is enabled in your printer settings. You may need to configure this setting on the printer itself. See the documentation that came with your printer for details.
Step2: Connect to your printer
On iPhone 5, open Photos, choose the content you want to print and tap the appropriate icon to display the option to Print. Select your printer and tap Print.
Extended Knowledge: How to Read PDF on iPhone 5
Although iBooks itself supports PDF format, it is not very convenient to read PDF eBooks on the devices because you have to drag and scroll bar from left to right each time to read a line of text due to the small screen of iPhone. This article lists other alternative ways for you to view PDF files on iPhone 5.