Currently Being ModeratedOct 2, 2012 2:03 AM (in response to RyanRRC)
I believe iOS 6 has an AirPrint bug because at work we have Linux CUPS AirPrint server and on iOS 6 devices doesn't show AirPrint printers, while on iOS 5 devices that haven't been updated to iOS 6 show the printers....I think apple rushed the iOS 6 and many bugs were left unpatched.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 5, 2012 2:24 AM (in response to RyanRRC)
In my experience, iOS 6 has more bugs then Florida .
This is definitely the worst update in terms of bugs I have ever seen from an Apple product.
I have had Notification problems ,messaging problems , map problems , iTunes Store problems,
And on and on.
Fortunately , I have not run into a AirPrint problem yet .
Currently Being ModeratedOct 10, 2012 5:19 AM (in response to RyanRRC)
This post has the answer for allowing iOS 6 AirPrint to OS X server:
Currently Being ModeratedOct 14, 2012 12:53 PM (in response to RyanRRC)
Found the solution to the Linux CUPS Server what apple did was change the programming language in the AirPrint printing communication with the printers. For the majority of you guys restarting router may work but since they changed the language you'll need to update the firmware of your printer...go to the manufacturer's website and look for your printer and see if there's an update for your printer...if there isn't ask the printer's support team. But you'd need to update the firmware. For HP D110 you can update from the panel (we have these at work). Best of luck!
If you have a Linux CUPS server see solution below, did this at work and all the users were happy again :)
First, you have to create new mime stuff and restart cups:
echo "image/urf urf string(0,UNIRAST<00>)" > /usr/share/cups/mime/airprint.types
echo "image/urf application/pdf 100 pdftoraster" > /usr/share/cups/mime/airprint.convs
service cups restart
Then you must regenerate the avahi service using the airprint-generate.py script from:
This will again create .service file(s) for each of your printer(s).
Then copy the generated .service file(s) to the appropriate directory and restart avahi-daemon:
cp AirPrint*.service /etc/avahi/services/
service avahi-daemon restart
That’s it. Printers should now show up (again) on devices updated to iOS 6.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 25, 2012 10:24 PM (in response to RyanRRC)
well theres lots of bugs in iOS 6. it means apple company did a very poor job on it. like the app store, still safari, and of coarse not adding ALL printers. but they probably didnt be care when typing in the codes, and didnt care whats been deleted