Free Video Tutorial: Tip - Screenshots on iOS - Apple Mac, iPad & iPhone Tutorials from ScreenCastsOnline
Free 7 Day Trial

Tutorial Topics

Search for Tutorials Show All Tutorials Pricing About Us Free Trial

Tutorial Description

Taking screenshots on iOS devices is a snap in iOS 11. There are also some handy annotation features to mark up your screenshots and share them with people. You can also discard screenshots easily if you don't want to keep them indefinitely.

If you do wish to save them, the Photos app stores them in a special Screenshots album for easy retrieval. You can even take screenshots from Apple Watch and they sync automatically to your iPhone and iPad via the iCloud Photo Library, and can also be marked up or shared via the Photos app.

I cover all this and more in this week's tip.

Video Tutorial Comments

(2 comments posted)

Gerson Rothenberg

Don, at about the 1 minute mark you say that for iPhones without a button you should hold down the power and the volume buttons simultaneously to make a screenshot. I think you should have specifically said the volume up button and the power button.

Reply

Don McAllister

Hi Gerson, Good catch!

I've added a caption to the video and re-uploaded it.

Thanks for the heads up.

Posting comments is restricted to ScreenCastsOnline members only.

Sign Up

Video Tutorial Transcription