How to take full page screenshots on iPhone 13
iPhone 13 comes with several amazing features and one of those is taking full page screenshots. Know the simple and easy tricks to do so.
Screenshots are way handier than physical printouts as they get stored in your device's storage until and unless you delete them yourself. Though taking screenshots looks quite an easy task, taking full page screenshots can be tricky. However, iPhone with iOS 13 support and above comes with a built-in feature that allows users to take screenshots of full-page. But do note that you can access this feature only on Safari and not any other browser. If you're an iPhone or iPad user, then you don't have to use some third-party apps for taking screenshots. Apple has allowed users to take a full page screenshot on any device running on iOS at ease with just a couple of clicks. Once taken all the screenshots taken are saved as PDF and not as JPG/ JPEG image. Check out the step-by-step guide to take full-page screenshots on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
How to take full-page screenshots on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
Open your iPhone 13 or any other iPhone that supports iOS 13 or above and head to Safari.
Now, open any website.
Now, take a screenshot of the needed content. You can do it by pressing a combination of physical buttons. There are several combinations like press and hold the Side and Volume Up buttons at the same time or press and hold the Home and Top buttons at the same time.
After the screenshot is captured, it will show up on the left hand side of your phone for a few seconds.
Tap on that minimized screenshot and you will see Screen and Full Page written on the top of the screen.
Click on Full Page and then tap on Done
Once done, save the PDF files on your device. You can even choose where you want to store your file (iCloud Drive or On My iPhone).
If you don’t like the captured screengrab, then you can delete it as well by pressing the Trash Can icon to delete it.
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