Prior to iOS 11, a screenshot was just a screenshot, and you could not do much with your iPhone. Then came the screenshot editor, a powerful tool that Apple iOS added with all kinds of useful markup tools. In the upcoming iOS 13, Apple's screenshot editor seems to be even more powerful, and one of the best new features will be the ability to capture an image of an entire web page in Safari.
However, there is a catch. Unlike normal screenshots, which are saved as PNG files, full web page screenshots are instead saved as PDF files. This is already possible in older versions of iOS if you're sharing the "Create PDF" action in iOS 1
You can not save PDFs in your Photos app, but you can save them anywhere in your Files app, B. a folder on the On My iPhone local drive The same goes for the older Webpage-to-PDF actions, only iOS 13 can incorporate the functionality directly into the screenshot utility for a more natural experience, with the markup tools immediately displayed instead of behind Hide Another Button.
The upcoming Webpage-to-PDF converter is a great way to put together pictures and important how-to articles (wink, wink), short stories, and other long reads on your device or save it to iCloud so you can check it out offline at a later time. While iOS 13 is still under development and not available to the public, here's how it works based on the leaks and reporting we've seen online.
Step 1: Take a screenshot
Everywhere on a web page in Safari. Use the Increase Volume + Page on devices with Face Detection button, the Page + Home button on touch-sensitive devices, or AssistiveTouch to take a screenshot of the content of the site on the page.
Bottom left preview of The screenshot is displayed – tap it before it disappears. Otherwise, you will not be able to see the full-page screenshot. When you tap the preview, the screenshot editing tools appear.
Step 2: View and edit full page screenshot
At the top of the screenshot editor, tabs for "Screen" and "Full Page" are displayed. The former is the standard screenshot, which shows exactly what was displayed on the screen when you took the screenshot. The Whole Page tab automatically merges the entire web page from start to finish.
A scroll bar appears, highlighting the currently displayed section. Tap and hold on the selected part and move it up and down to scroll through the full-page screenshot. To edit the length of the screenshot, tap the blank icon in the top toolbar and make the necessary adjustments.
At the moment, it does not look like you can zoom in to get an exact cut right away. When you press the screen, the image only enlarges, but the clipping remains in place, effectively cutting out important areas of the image. However, you can make small sections lengthways and wait for the image size to change slightly, and then continue to increase accuracy. When done, click Done.
You then make any other desired markup changes, such as: Writing to the image, enlarging parts, adding shapes, drawing on it, etc. In iOS 13, new opacity and ruler tools will also be available.
Unfortunately, due to the length of the screenshot and the file type, this is not possible to save in photos, but you can save it as a PDF in the file app , Once you've edited the full-page screenshot, tap the Share icon in the upper-right corner to bring up the Share page (also known as the Activity View).
Here you have the possibility to release the PDF via "Messages". AirDrop and Mail, just to name a few. In the action list below the apps, you can tap "Save to Files" to do just that. When the file modal is displayed, tap the name of the PDF file at the top of the thumbnail to rename the document as needed. Then select a destination, either "On my iPhone" or "iCloud Drive" or a folder in one of these options, and click "Save."
Currently, you can not seem to store in the third-party cloud storage services.
Tip: If you edit the full-page screenshot or not, tapping "Done" opens an action sheet with the options "Delete screenshot" or "Save PDF to files". The latter is a link to using share sheet to save it directly in the file app.
To view the full-page screenshot, open the file app and locate the PDF file just like any other PDF file. Tap to see it in its entirety. With the markup tools you can draw on the icon in the top right of the PDF file and share the file, copy, print, save in Dropbox and much more using the "Share" icon in the lower left corner.
Screenshots of pages currently only seem to work in Safari, so third-party browsers like Chrome and Firefox may not work and no in-app browsers like the one built into the Reddit app. Let's hope that this will affect apps like Messages, WhatsApp, Firefox, and others across the system in the future Miss