Here's the short answer: Press the Home button and the Sleep / Wake button at the same time. For a more detailed explanation, read on.
The iPad is a mean, slim, sharing machine. It can share photos, links and websites in seconds. It can also do a simple job of taking a screenshot. The ability to take screenshots may not be the most glamorous feature on the iPad, but it's certainly one of the most useful ones that allows you to capture enlarged PNG images of your ad that you can then share with anyone. Why do you need screenshots? To begin with, they are useful when you need to interact remotely with colleagues, family members, and the Genius Bar. They also enable you to create fantastic guides and display your high score in Super Mario Run and other great iPhone games. Photo proofs are finally a long way.
Whatever the reason, every iteration of the iPad can capture and share screenshots in five simple steps, whether it's the iPad Pro or the latest Gen Mini. How It's Made
How to Use the Sleep / Wake Keys to Take a Screenshot on an iPad
Step 2: Simultaneously press the Home button and Sleep / Wake button to display the screen you want to record , Your iPad screen will flash briefly when properly executed, and you will hear a faint shutter sound, provided that your device is not in sleep mode.
Step 3: After shooting, your iPad will automatically save the screenshot directly to your camera in the Photos App Roll. Tap the Photos app as usual and swipe to the bottom of the screen to view the recent screenshot.
How to Take a Screenshot of an iPad with AssistiveTouch
AssistiveTouch lets you perform complex tasks by selecting a few menu items. One of the things that allows you to do this is to take a screenshot without having to press a keyboard shortcut. If you are reading this and for some reason you can not press multiple buttons at the same time, creating a screenshot with AssistiveTouch is the way to go.
First, you need to turn AssistiveTouch on. Follow the steps below.
Step 1: Go to Settings> General> Accessibility> AssistiveTouch
Step 2: Make sure AssistiveTouch is .
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After AssistiveTouch is active, we can use the AssistiveTouch menu to take screenshots.
Step 1: Tap the menu option AssistiveTouch. 19659002] Step 2: Go to Device> More
Step 3: Tap screenshot. Your iPad screen will then flash for a moment and you will hear a faint shutter sound, provided that your device is not in silent mode.
Step 4: Once recorded, your iPad automatically saves the screenshot directly in the Photos app. Tap the Photos app as usual and swipe to the bottom of the screen to see your recent captured screenshot.
How to Share a Screenshot
There are a variety of reasons why you might want to do this to share your recent captured screenshot. Fortunately, sharing with a friend, family member, colleague, or technical support is relatively easy, whether you choose to do so through social media, AirDrop, or email. Continue reading to find out how
Step 1: To share a screenshot of your iPad, tap the image to zoom in and tap the Share icon in the lower left corner] Step 2: Next, select the social network you want to post to – Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, etc. – or share your screenshot via the corresponding AirDrop or email Symbols on the bottom. Note that AirDrop requires iOS 7 or higher and both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are enabled.