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Brother Adds Apple MFi to its Entire Mobile Printer Lineup [Video]

Brother Adds Apple MFi to its Entire Mobile Printer Lineup [Video]

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Brother has announced that every series in its mobile printer lineup now features an MFi certified model. This means the models are 100% compatible with iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad devices, allowing mobile and field workforces to print instantly from the device, without the need to download special drivers or interfaces.

Printers in the Brother RuggedJet, PocketJet and MPrint series underwent a rigorous certification process to receive the Apple compatibility stamp of approval and authorization to use the MFi logo.

“Mobile business owners and IT administrators increasingly prefer Apple devices for their on-the-go workers", says Ravi Panjwani, Vice President of Marketing and Product Management for Brother Mobile Solutions. "With mobile workforces growing rapidly today, they need to have confidence that their mobile printer investments work seamlessly with Apple products.”

"We’re excited to offer mobile printers in the 2”, 3”, 4”, and full-page category that have earned MFi certification", Panjwani continues. "Our global team has worked tirelessly to enhance the connectivity of our products to meet the growing use of Apple devices in the mobile workplace. It’s gratifying to know our efforts paid off in meeting Apple performance standards, thus giving mobile workers true wireless printing freedom, anytime and anywhere, via Apple’s proprietary Bluetooth connectivity channel."

MFi certified models include the RuggedJet RJ-2050, RJ-2150, RJ-3050Ai, RJ-3150Ai, RJ-4030Ai, PocketJet 763MFi, and M-Print MW145MFi and MW260MFi models. For more information about the Brother MFi certified compact mobile label and receipt printers, please call (800) 543-6144, see the video, or visit

Brother Adds Apple MFi to its Entire Mobile Printer Lineup [Video]

Nitemare - May 6, 2017 at 5:39pm
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