How to Take a Screenshot on All iPhone Generations

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Taking a screenshot on all iPhone generations from iPhone 6s to iPhone 15 is a handy way to capture and share what’s on your screen, in case it’s a funny meme, important messages, or whatever you like. Apple has made it simple to capture screenshots with just a few quick steps. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the process using the built-in iOS screenshot function, and shortcuts and tips.

Using the iPhone Screenshot Shortcut

Step By Step Guide on, How to take screenshots on iPhone

  1. Locate Side Button (With Touch ID)

    To take a screenshot on most iPhone models (iPhone 6s and later), simultaneously press the Side Button (formerly known as the Sleep/Wake Button) and the Home Button.step one to take screenshot on iPhone

  2. Release Buttons

    Press both buttons at the same time and release them quickly. You’ll hear a camera shutter sound (if your sound is on) and see a brief flash on the screen indicating the screenshot was successfully taken.

  3. Locate Side Button (With Face ID)

    Note for Face ID Users: If you have Face ID enabled and find it difficult to press the Side Button and Volume Up Button simultaneously, press and hold the Side Button and Volume Up Button at a same time, followed by releasing both buttons.

  4. View and Edit the Screenshot

    After taking the screenshot, a thumbnail of the captured image will appear at the bottom left corner of your screen. Tap on it to open the screenshot for viewing and editing. or you can view all screenshots Open the Photos App > Navigate to Albums > Screenshots Album.

  5. Edit and Share

    Once opened, you can edit the screenshot by tapping on the preview image. This allows you to crop, annotate, or add text using the built-in markup tools. When you’re satisfied, tap Done.

  6. Save or Share

    After editing, you can save the screenshot to your Photos app by tapping Save to Photos, share it directly with friends, and family, or on social media by tapping the share icon.

How to take Scrolling(Long Page) Screenshots on iPhone All Generations

Taking a Scrolling Screenshot on iPhone

Now, let’s explore how to capture a scrolling screenshot, which allows you to capture an entire webpage or lengthy chat conversation in one image:

  1. Capture the Initial Screenshot:
    • Navigate to the webpage or content you want to capture.
    • Take a regular screenshot using the method described above.
  2. Enter Editing Mode:
    • Tap on the screenshot thumbnail that appears briefly in the corner of your screen. This will open the screenshot in editing mode.
  3. Select “Full Page” Mode:
    • At the top of the editing screen, you’ll see options like “Screen” and “Full Page”. Tap on Full Page.
  4. Capture the Entire Page:
    • Your iPhone will automatically start scrolling down to capture the entire page. You can also manually scroll if needed to adjust the capture area.

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