Capturing screenshots is not just simple, it is also very vital from time to time. From forwarding SMS conversations to saving receipts, storing pictures on your iPad routinely is incredibly useful once in a while. If you’re not aware, there are 2 ways to take screenshots on your iOS device – the physical buttons or using the digital AssistiveTouch function. To break it down, see How To Capture A Screenshot On Every iPad Model:
How Can I Take A Screenshot On My iPad?
To capture a screenshot on your iPad, press “Home” and “Power” button simultaneously. If your iOS device does not come with a Home button, press the “Power” and “Volume Up” button. Be aware that just a few iPad generations do not come with a Home button, and they are the 2018 and 2020 iPad Pros, and the 2020 iPad Air.
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When you capture a screenshot on your iPad, the display will be visible in the bottom corner of the screen. As soon as the preview disappears, your screenshot will be saved. You can locate it in the Photos application.
If you do not wish to capture a screenshot by pressing 2 buttons simultaneously, you can try AssistiveTouch. This accessibility feature puts a button on your display that can be used to perform several tasks such as capturing screenshots.
To activate AssistiveTouch, access your iPad’s Settings app and click “Accessibility.” On the Accessibility page, click “Touch” and then “AssistiveTouch.”
Enable AssistiveTouch by flipping its switch at the top of the display. You will now need to set up the screenshot function.
On the AssistiveTouch page, click “Double-Tap.” You’ll be granted access to a list of functions that double-tapping can perform, and selecting “Screenshot.” will help you capture anything on the screen.
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Henceforth, as soon as you double-tap the gray AssistiveTouch button, you’ll take a screenshot on your iPad device.
That is that.