With the arrival of the iPhone X and the lack of a home button, Apple had to change the course of action to do some relatively common tasks. One of them takes a screenshot, and the same method was applied to the iPhone XR, XS and XS Max.
A screenshot on an iPhone X, XR, XS, and XS Max is the same keyboard shortcut No matter what device you own, we expect this to continue for the foreseeable future after Apple's next Step on the long road the company has taken to remove the physical home button. That's fine, but if you do not know how to take a screenshot when the Home button is off, you're in no luck, no matter how big the Liquid Retina or OLED screen is. However, there is no need to get angry. We are here to get the record straight.
Here are the steps you'll need to take to take a screenshot on one of Apple's latest iPhones.
Similar to previous iPhones, two keys must be pressed simultaneously. This time, these keys are the side key and the volume up key. The page key is the same key you use when sleeping or waking up your device. We have highlighted both buttons below.
When you press and release the two buttons, you hear the familiar shutter sound (if you have not muted your phone), and your screenshot is taken. You will also see a preview of the screenshot you have just taken. The preview will disappear after a few seconds, but if you want to edit or highlight the screenshot, tap the screen before saving it in the Photo app or completely erasing it.
The Positioning of the Two The keys used to take a screenshot have an up and a down. On the other hand, it's much easier to make a one-handed screenshot because you no longer have to press the Home and Side buttons. On the bottom (and it's not that big of a disadvantage), it's easy to accidentally take a screenshot when you press these buttons, while you just keep your phone pressed X wrong, here's the right one