How to take screenshot on iPhone WITHOUT clicking a button! Yes, it is doable
Want to know the answer to this question - how to take screenshot on iPhone WITHOUT clicking a button? Here is the answer. iPhone users can easily take screenshots without pressing a single button or key. The process is very simple.
Screenshots are one of the easiest ways to document something you saw on the web, or keeping a proof of some app activity, or just for art. Whatever maybe your reason for taking screenshots, the standard process on iPhones is to follow a tricky combo of the power key and volume key together. This may sound easy but is highly complex to following the real world. What's the solution?
What it we tell you that there's a way to take screenshots without doing gymnastics with your hand? Yes, you can take screenshots on your iPhone without clicking a single button. And, there's an easy trick to do so. All you need to do is play with the Settings and use your fingers to tap on your iPhone's back. Don't understand? Let us explain.
Take iPhone screenshots without pressing a button
For this, we will use the “back Tap” function as a shortcut for taking screenshots. You can also use the Back Tap feature for other shortcuts in iOS. All one needs to do is double or triple tap right above the Apple logo to initiate the shortcut.
-Head over to the Settings app on your iPhone.
-Look for Accessibility and open it.
-Then look for Touch and within that, open Back Tap.
-Choose double or triple tap, then choose screenshot.
-One done, do the tap function on the back of your iPhone and it will take a screenshot.
-Back Tap also works with cases on, hence you can simply pat your iPhone's back to take a screenshot at any situation, without pressing the pesky button combo.
-Apart from screenshots, you choose from over a dozen activities, Siri shortcuts, and more functions to assign to the back tap. Sadly, you only get the options of double or triple tap.
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