If you’ve just picked up an iPhone 13, 13 mini, 13 Pro, or 13 Pro Max, the first thing you might need to figure out is to take a screenshot. Luckily, Apple has made the process pretty intuitive and takes only a minute to learn. Taking a screenshot on a phone is necessary almost daily. Here’s how to take a screenshot, or to record your screen, on an iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro or iPhone 13 Pro Max!
iPhone 13: How to take a screenshot
Although there are several compatible applications on Apple devices that enables you to take “screenshots”, no need for all that: on iPhone 13, a much simpler method allow you to take screenshots.
Under iOS 15, the procedure is essentially the same as before:
- Press the Power button and Volume Down button at the same time.
- In a few microseconds, a flash will tell you that the screen has been captured.
- To take a video capture of your screen, press the Power button and the Volume Up button.
That’s basically how to take a screenshot a record your screen on the iPhone 13 series which comprises the iPhone 13, 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max. It works on all applications… or almost all. However, some apps like those of your online banks may refuse to take screenshots or video captures using the iPhone 13’s tools.
iPhone 13: screenshot video, or capture via the control center
Other small methods are available to you, but less intuitive sometimes, to take screenshots of your screen. You can for example simply swipe down from the top of your screen to display the notifications bar, and in this Control Center will be the option to capture the current screen.
When it comes to capturing entire web pages, this is only available from the Safari browser:
- Go to the page you want to capture, even in its entirety
- Repeat the method above (press on/off button and volume down)
- Tap on the thumbnail that appears at the bottom corner of your screen
- Go to the edit menu and find “Full Page“.
- The screenshot will take place on the entire previous page!
- From this same edit menu, options will open to quickly modify the captured image, you can crop, rotate the capture, etc.
Capturing screenshots may be the main function of a smartphone, but at least on iOS, there is more to it than meets the eye. Let us know if you found this guide helpful or have any questions below.
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