Apple initially said that AirPrint, their wireless printing protocol, would come to iPad, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and iPod Touch (second generation and later) with the arrival of iOS 4.2. Now they're saying it's those first three and iPod touch (third generation and later). Granted, you may not have actually printed anything since you first bought your second gen iPod Touch, but a little bit of a bummer nonetheless. [9to5Mac]
Second Gen iPod Touch Won't Get AirPrint
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