How to take a screenshots on your iPhone
How to take a screenshots on your iPhone

screenshot, also known as screengrab or screen capture, is a digital captured image that shows the contents of a running system on your device. A screenshot is normally created by a software or operating system running on the device. A screenshot or screen capture may also be created by taking a photo of the screen.

Screenshots are for come in handy. with the help of it, you can use them to guide any on how to use any new app they are confused about and also use the screenshot to send a strange error message on an app to your company’s IT department. You can also use them to capture your WhatsApp/ iMessage or tweets conversion with friends or clients— before it deleted down the black hole.

Screenshots taken from iPhone are unqie for sharing great moments from your high scores from your games, favorite videos,  bugs you want to report, conversations on social networks like Twitter or Facebook, and almost anything and everything you see on your screen.

We are happy to tell you that Apple has finally made taking a screenshot on your iPhone very easy. Doing so allows you to capture the special moment on your screen as a PNG file, so you can quickly edit and share the image among friends via email, text, or on popular social networks such as Facebook and Twitter.

If you’re using an iPhone, you’ll find that taking a screenshot is a very simple operation.

How to take a screenshot on your iPhone 8 and earlier

All the iPhones from 2007 through iPhone 8 and that iPhone 8 Plus in 2017 all use entirely the same method to take a screenshot iPhone SE (2020) included, which also has Touch ID.

  1. The First thing you want to is to open the particular app you want to take a screenshot and next to the precise screen you want to capture.
  2. Now Press and hold your iPhone Power button located at the right side and next click the Home button too at the exact same time. (Doing this will ensure you don’t activate Siri or Touch ID while trying to take the screenshot.)
  3. You will get a white screen flash and also get a camera shutter sound that is if you have your sound enabled
  4. The screenshot taken will be saved in All Photos Ablum if you are running iOS 10 or earlier Verison or in Camera Roll, if you’re not using iCloud Photo Library). In iOS 11 and above then this process will be slightly different.

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How to take a screenshot on iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11

Taking a Screenshot with the above mention iPhones are different because that is because these iPhones with Face ID don’t have a Home button, now you will be using the Side button to take our screenshot instead.

  1. The First thing you want to is to open the particular app you want to take a screenshot and next to the precise screen you want to capture.
  2. Press and hold the Side button on the right side of the iPhone with Face ID.
  3. Next, you click the Volume Up button at the exact same time. (This replaces the Home button step from previous iPhones.)
  4. You will get a white screen flash and also get a camera shutter sound that is if you have your sound enabled
Take a screenshot on iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11
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