How to Take Screenshot on iPhone 11 / iPhone 11 Pro Max
Here's how you can take screenshot on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max. This tutorial is for brand new switchers.
New to the iPhone? We'll Show You How to Take Screenshot on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max Right Away
Regardless of how frantically we tell people that they should change their ecosystem, it's not an easy feat to pull off by any means. You are basically starting from scratch when it comes to a lot of things and the little things like taking screenshots is one of them.
If you recently switched to an iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max from an Android device, then things might seem a little different to you. We're pretty sure you've figured most of it by now, but if you are here because you need to know how to take a screenshot on the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max, we can help you with that right away.
Take Screenshot on iPhone 11 / iPhone 11 Pro Max
Step 1. Frame what you want to take a screenshot of.
Step 2. Press the Power + Volume Up buttons together.
Step 3. The screen will flash and the screenshot will appear as a little thumbnail on the bottom left corner. Tap on the thumbnail.
Step 4. Make edits as you like, then tap on Done at the top left hand corner.
Step 5. You have the following options at hand:
- Save to Photos
- Save to Files
- Delete Screenshot
Select the one which is appropriate to you.
The editing tools in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 really make up for a remarkable screenshot taking experience on both the iPhone and iPad. You don't have to jump into the Photos app to find a screenshot, annotate it and then send it away to someone. You can do it right after taking the screenshot itself which is pretty handy.
Wrapping things up, if you are a new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max user, you now know how to take a screenshot. I really hope this little tip improves your overall iOS experience in a certain way.
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