Restart the network router, the HP printer, and the iOS device, and then try the print job again. Turn off the router. Press the Power button to turn off the HP printer. Turn off the iOS device. Turn on the router, and then wait 30 seconds to let it complete its start-up process. Turn on the iOS device.
You can print wirelessly from the iPad to an AirPrint-capable printer, made by the likes of HP, Epson, Canon, and others. Hopefully, Apple will support Bluetooth .
Learn more about printing from Apple iOS on our support site: http://support.hp.
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In this video I show you how to print wireless from any iOS device like iPhone or iPad to any printer, usually.
That seems a question for Apple and/or HP.. . is an inelegant solution to be very kind and does not enable printing, for example, from email.