If you are an iPhone 7 user, taking screenshots can come in handy for various reasons. You can capture an image or a text message and share it with others or save it for future reference. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to screenshot iPhone 7.
Step 1: Locate the Buttons
The first step is to locate the buttons necessary to take a screenshot. On the iPhone 7, the buttons are on the side of the phone. The power button, which is also known as the sleep/wake button, is on the right side, while the volume up button is on the left side.
Step 2: Open the Screen You Want to Capture
Once you have located the buttons, open the screen you want to capture. It can be a webpage, a text message, or any other screen you want to capture.
Step 3: Press the Buttons
Press the power button and the volume up button simultaneously. You need to press both buttons at the same time and hold them for a second or two. You will hear a camera shutter sound, and the screen will flash white, indicating that a screenshot has been taken.
Step 4: View the Screenshot
After taking the screenshot, you can view it by going to the Photos app and opening the Screenshots album. You can then edit, share, or save the screenshot as you wish.
People also ask:
Q: Can I take a screenshot without pressing buttons on the iPhone 7?
A: Yes, you can. You can use the AssistiveTouch feature to take a screenshot without pressing any buttons.
Q: How do I turn on AssistiveTouch on my iPhone 7?
A: Go to Settings > General > Accessibility > AssistiveTouch and turn it on.
Q: How do I take a screenshot with AssistiveTouch?
A: Go to the screen you want to capture, tap on the AssistiveTouch button, tap on Device, then tap on More, and finally tap on Screenshot.