Capture Screenshot on iPhone or iPad or iPod Touch using the power button and home button. Capture screen-shot when you are chatting with some one. Capture screen-shot when you are playing a game on iPhone. Capturing screen-shot saves the scene on the screen permanently in phone. It saves the captured screen as an image in phone camera roll folder.
How to capture Screenshot on iPhone or iPad or iPod Touch?
Follow these simple steps to capture the screen of an iPhone or iPad or iPod Touch.
- Select the scene that you want capture and make sure that the scene is on the screen of your iPhone or iPad or iPod Touch while capturing screen-shot.
- Now Press and hold the Home button. Home button is the round button at the bottom center of the iPhone or iPad or iPod Touch front facing. Don’t release the Home button until the process ends.
- Now Press and release the power button. Power button is also known as sleep button. You can find the Power button at top right corner of the iPhone or b or iPod Touch. (If these steps won’t worked out, try to press and hold the both sleep and home button at the same time)
- Release the Home button only after you see a flash and white fading screen and you hear a Camera shutter sound.
- Your screen will be captured and the screenshot saved in the device that you captured screenshot.
This is how you have to capture screen-shot . While capturing screen-shot don’t hold down the Power button or Sleep button for long time. If you hold the sleep button long time the device will go into sleep mode. If you hold the sleep button some more time the device will go to power off mode.
The captured screen-shots are stored in device’s camera album. Open Camera app and open Camera Roll folder in your device. There you will find your captured or taken screenshots on top of that album.
The screenshots can be taken in less than a minute and very easy to capture screen-shot. You can take screen-shots from the devices that runs on iOS 2.0 or later. Make sure that the iPhone or iPad or iPod Touch runs on iOS 2.0 or later versions of iOS.
Originally posted 2014-05-23 18:53:53.