Since Apple got rid of Touch ID with the iPhone X series and introduced Face ID, the process of taking screenshots also changed a bit. If this is the first time you are using an iPhone, you might take some time to get used to it, but once you do you’ll be a pro in no time. This blog will enlighten you how to take a screenshot on Iphone X and all the new models.
Taking screenshots with physical buttons
Step 1: Locate the correct buttons
There are no home button, so you will have locate the Volume up button and lock button on your iPhone X. This would be the top button on the left side of the phone, and the large button located on the right side. The configuration might feel alien at first, but it is pretty simple.
Step 2: Capture the screenshot
To take a screenshot, you have to press both buttons together. The screen will then briefly flash and your screenshot will appear in the lower left hand corner. If your phone isn’t in silent mode, you will also hear a shutter sound when the screenshot is taken.
Step 3: Edit the screenshot
If you don’t want to edit the screenshot, dismiss it swiping to the left. It will disappear automatically and save to your camera. If you tap on the screenshot, it will pop-up on your iPhone and you can edit it the way you want. It is similar to editing any image.
Taking screenshots with assistive touch
Step 1: Turn on Assistive Touch
With Assistive Touch tool you can perform multiple actions including taking a screenshot. To activate assistive touch on your iPhone go to Settings>Accessibility>Touch>Assistive Touch and click Assistive Touch. Assistive touch appears on your home screen as a circular faded button.
Click on Assistive Touch menu. Multiple options like Device, Custom, Notifications and others will appear. You can even choose to customize your menu by changing the setting. Click on Device and then choose screenshot option.
Post that a screenshot will appear on the left bottom corner of your iPhone. Follow the steps as above according to what you want with your screenshot.