How to Take Full Page Screenshots in iOS 13 / iPadOS 13
Apple has released iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 to the general public and there are quite a handful of new features which you should learn how to use. Obviously, Apple cannot guide you on every feature that it adds in its platform and it's up to use to let you know how to use them. iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 brings full page screenshots to the mix, allowing you to capture not just what is on the screen but the entire page. So let's dive in to see how you can take full page screenshots in iOS 13.
Here's An Easy Way to Take Full Page Screen Shots in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13
There is always a time when you need to capture the entire page details. With full-page screenshots in iOS 13, you don't have to take tens of individual shots and then try to stitch them together to get the entire page view. The process is fairly easy and not that hard to get. Follow the step by step instructions to take screenshots in iOS 13 on your iPhone or iPad.
Step 1: Navigate to a webpage that you wish to capture.
Step 2: Take a screenshot like you normally would.
- Press the Power button and Volume Up button for devices with Face ID.
- Devices that do not have Face ID can perform the Power button plus Home button.
Step 3: Open the screenshot preview and then tap on 'Full Page' option situated at the top portion of the preview page.
Step 4: Tap in the Done button and that's all.
That's all there is to it. The process is simple and does not involve a tricky walkthrough to take screenshots in iOS 13. It's really a great feature which has been missing from iOS for a long while now. Some Android devices, on the other hand, featured scrolling screenshots for quite some time. Also, here's how to delete apps in iOS 13.
This is all for now, folks. We will be sharing some new guides, so do stick around for those. Is taking full page screenshots in iOS 13 simple? Share your thoughts in the comments.