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Finally found an all-in-one that does exactly what it says it will do. I waited a long time to find a wireless printer that would support AirPrint from my iPad and iPhone. This product was easy to set up, provided wireless access for all of our devices. The software that came with the unit is easy to use and is intuitive. The same is true for the on machine menu. So far, the quality of printing, scanning, and copying has been excellent. Unit has the additional advantage of looking very good. I cannot yet comment on its durability, since I have only had it for about a month. I have been searching for an all-in-one for sometime, but all of the reviews that I have read have been, at best, hit and miss. I, too, had to do a firmware update to use AirPrint, and it did require a USB cable, but I consider that a minor issue. Still, it would have been nice had Canon included an USB cable. If you're searching for a wireless all-in-one, this certainly seems to be your product.
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Initial post: May 15, 2012 11:44:12 PM PDT
K. Boone says:
I am looking to buy this printer, but have a question if you don't mind me asking:
I have an iPhone 4s that I would like to be able to print from. Do you have an iPhone 4s that it prints from, or an earlier model of the iPhone? In the specs description, it seems to say that it only supports printing from models of iPhones up to the iPhone 4, but it doesn't mention anything about it being compatible with the iPhone 4s. Thanks!
In reply to an earlier post on May 16, 2012 6:16:07 AM PDT
Michael M. Makieve says:
I have a 3GS and a 4, but not a 4S, but since they all use air print, it should work with the 4S
Posted on Aug 20, 2012 6:03:04 PM PDT
Leanne Reidlinger says:
I've read a few reviews that mentioned excessive ink usage along with something about the colored ink cartridges running out even though only black and white printing was being done. Have you run across any problems like these?
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 2, 2013 6:13:31 PM PST
Jane S. Grann says:
All, or almost all printers use all the colors to make the black print. Why? I don't know.. Use more ink???
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