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How to screenshot on an iPhone

How to screenshot on an iPhone
How to screenshot on an iPhone

In today’s age of sharing a slight bit of everything, there are bound to be times where you'd wish to share what’s on your screen with a devotee or colleague. You'll end up eager to skills to screenshot on your iPhone a day.

In this guide, we'll re-evaluate exactly how you'll take a screenshot on your iPhone, which we've got you covered no matter what model you've. This might allow you to wish a quick grab of any application or image on your screen while using your iOS device.

It's a little complicated as there are two different methods of taking a screenshot on an iPhone. Which one you will be eager to determine will depend on the model of iPhone you've, so you will be eager to understand that before you continue.

Once you’ve taken screenshots on your iPhone, you'll send them through many apps using the Share Sheet in iOS, or annotate them with text or 'Markup'. This is often perfect for circling a key area of an image or adding some wording for context.

How to take a screenshot on iPhone X and beyond

While the previous shape of iPhone relied on using the house button to wish screenshots, the almost-all-screen setup of recent iPhones has forced a change in Apple’s thinking.

This method is the one you'd wish to follow if you're an iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR or an iPhone X.

If anything, we’ve found it easier to wish a screenshot on these iPhones. Simply press and hold the power/lock key (that's the button you use to wake the iPhone) and thus the amount up button on the opposite side.

This will take a screenshot and send a little thumbnail of it to the lowest corner of the screen. The screenshot itself is automatically saved to Photos and thus the thumbnail will disappear after a few seconds, with the screenshot saved to the Photos app.

You can tap the thumbnail to crop the screenshot or scribble over it to your heart’s content.

Then tap 'Done' within the absolute best-left corner when you've finished editing and you'll tend the selection many |to avoid wasting"> many |to avoid wasting"> many |to avoid wasting"> to save many lots of lots of the edited screenshot to your Photos app (and Files in iOS 13), or to delete the screenshot completely.

Of course, you'll simply share the screenshot too - just hold the thumbnail to share the image via any supported apps like iMessage, WhatsApp, Facebook or Twitter.

How to take a screenshot on other iPhones

If you're using an older iPhone or the 2020 iPhone SE, you'll get to use a special method. This is applicable to devices with a touch just like the iPhone 8, iPhone 7 and even the iPod Touch.

To take a screenshot on a tool that features slightly ID button, hold absolutely the best button (or side button, relying on your device) and press that home button below the screen at the same time. There you've it, you've taken a screenshot.

As with newer iPhone models, you'll add drawings and text by tapping the thumbnail that appears, or share the image because it's by long-pressing the thumbnail.
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