The term “screenshot” is used to describe the action of capturing everything that is shown on your iPhone screen at the time to a static image file. A lot of people call it a screen grab. It is great opportunity to save and share something that is meaningful to you. There can be moments when something that you are doing on your phone is just so astonishing that you want to save and remember it forever. Fortunately, your iPhone includes a built-in shortcut for saving screenshots to your camera roll.
How to capture the screen on your iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus
- Go to the exact screen that you want to take a screenshot of. You should open the app, open a text message, or browse to a particular website that contains something that interests you.
- Click the Home button and press the Power button at the same time. But be very careful as you will activate Siri if you hold Home too long. Your iPhone will also go to the sleep mode if you hold on/off too long.
- If everything is done in a proper way, your screen will flash white and the phone will play a camera shutter sound.
- You will be able to find your screenshot in All Photos album or Camera Roll.
How to use the Side button to take a screenshot on your iPhone X
- Open a screen you are going to capture.
- Find the Side button on the right side of your phone, press and hold it.
- Click the Volume Up at the same time to take a screenshot successfully.
- Your screen will flash white and the phone will play a camera shutter sound.
How to use Instant Markup to quickly edit screenshots
Apple has designed a new feature to give you the opportunity to open your screenshot tight up and edit it in iOS 11 with the use of Instant Markup. Let`s see how to take advantage of these Apple Markup tools.
- Open Photos app
- Tap Albums
- Tap Screenshots
- Choose a screenshot that you want to view, share, or edit
- Choose a pen/marker/pencil and a color. Then draw with a finger or the Apple Pencil to edit your chosen screenshot