iPad 4.2 gets Printing

iPad 4.2 gets Printing

Apple has created a dedicated page detailing the new features coming to the iPad in November.
iOS 4.2 will be a unifying release that brings the iPad, iPod and iPhone in feature sync.
The iPad will be much closer than it was, having lacked features such as Multitasking and Folders.
The iPad was originally launched with iOS 3.2 and has since fallen behind the iPhone and iPod touch’s iOS in features we’ve seen added in releases up to the current 4.02.
Along with folder organization and multi-tasking, iOS 4.2 for iPad also brings some  new features including:
– Printing: Print mail, photos, web pages, and more directly to a printer on a wireless network.
– AirPlay: Wirelessly streaming of videos, music, and photos from iPad to the newly announced Apple TV, and you can stream music to AirPlay speakers or receivers, including AirPort Express.
The iOS 4.2 release will be released for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch in November of 2010 as an IPSW update through iTumes.

Apple has created a dedicated page detailing the new features coming to the iPad in November. You can find it here: http://www.apple.com/ipad/software-update/iOS 4.2 will be a unifying release that brings the iPad, iPod and iPhone in feature sync. The iPad will be much closer than it was, having lacked features such as Multitasking and Folders.The iPad was originally launched with iOS 3.2 and has since fallen behind the iPhone and iPod touch’s iOS in features we’ve seen added in releases up to the current 4.02.
Along with folder organization and multi-tasking, iOS 4.2 for iPad also brings some  new features including:
– Printing: Print mail, photos, web pages, and more directly to a printer on a wireless network.- AirPlay: Wirelessly streaming of videos, music, and photos from iPad to the newly announced Apple TV, and you can stream music to AirPlay speakers or receivers, including AirPort Express.
The iOS 4.2 release will be released for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch in November of 2010 as an IPSW update through iTumes.