Take a full page screenshot on iPhone 13, iPhone 12 as a pdf through this trick
Your iPhone has a hidden trick that can save the entire page in a single screenshot! Know how to take a full-page screenshot on iPhone 13, iPhone 12 and other models.
The simplest and quick trick to share what you are viewing or watching on your screen with your friends is to just take a snap of the screenshot. But we are here to share an iPhone trick which doesn't let you take the screenshot of the content available on your screen that you are currently viewing but an entire web page. Yes! This clever iPhone hack will let you take another type of screenshot which reads the full web-page content within a single screenshot.
Apple allows iPhone users including the latest iPhone 13, iPhone 12 and more running on the iOS 14 and the higher OS versions to take full-page screenshots as PDFs. The screenshot can be of a web page, document or even a long series of an email thread that is longer than the display length of your iPhone. This is one of the best iPhone hacks which eliminates the need to take multiple screenshots to keep the data saved. Wondering how to use this iPhone trick? Here's the step-by-step guide for you to take a full-page screenshot on iPhone 13, iPhone 12 and more.
How to take a full-page screenshot on iPhone 13, iPhone 12, more
If you want to take a full-page, scrolling screenshot of a webpage, document, or email that exceeds the length of your iPhone screen, then follow these steps.
If you have an iPhone with Face ID, then simultaneously press and then release the side button and volume up button.
In the case of an iPhone with a Home button, simultaneously press and then release the Home button and the side button or Sleep/Wake button.
Now, tap the screenshot in the lower-left corner, then tap Full Page.
To save the taken full-page screenshot as PDF, tap Done, choose Save PDF to Files, and then choose a location to save.
Once done, then tap Save. And it’s done!
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