Steve Jobs reportedly replied to an Apple customer’s e-mail, saying that printing would eventually make its way to the iPad, the L.A. Times reports. According to a report in MacRumors, Jobs responded to a customer who asked him why the ability to print wasn’t available. “Why no printing on the iPad? What gives?” the customer asked, according to the report. Jobs’ simple reply: “It will come.” Unfortunately, Apple’s chief executive didn’t give a time frame on how long it would be before the feature makes its way to the iPad. But one thing is certain: It should be coming sooner rather than later. The ability to print is arguably one of the most glaring omissions in the iPad. Those attempting to print documents or e-mails will quickly find that there’s no way to communicate with a printer.
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