Screenshots are a daily necessity. Screenshots are useful at work, on social media, and in family chat groups. Screenshots simplify life.

Now that Apple has released iPhone 14, it’s time to take screenshots. This guide explains how to take scrolling iPhone 14 screenshots.

The methods below work for the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. There are several ways to take screenshots on the iPhone 14 lineup. Begin.

How to Take Screenshots on iPhone 14 Pro

iPhone screenshots can be taken in several ways. Here are four ways to take a screenshot. Let’s use the standard approach.

Physical Buttons Screenshots
This is a common iPhone screenshot method. If you’re new to the iPhone, press the Side and Volume Up buttons together. Pressing both buttons results in a screenshot and camera shutter sound. Silent mode mutes the sound effect.

How to Take Screenshot on iPhone

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A screenshot preview appears in the bottom left. Swiping the preview left removes the screenshot. Tap the image to edit your screenshot. This screen will also allow screenshot sharing. iPhone screenshots are saved in Photos under Screenshots.

Take Screenshots with Back Tap

One other unique and easy method to screenshot on the iPhone 14 is to tap the back of the device. This method can be also referred to as the gesture method. For this method, you will have to enable this option. Here are the steps.

  • Launch the Settings app from the home screen of your iPhone 14.
  • Now scroll down and tap on the Accessibility option.

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Under the Physical and Motor options tap on Touch.

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  • Scroll to the end and you should see the option that says back Tap.
  • Tap on the toggle to switch it on.
  • You can now choose what actions take place when you double tap or triple tap.
  • Tap on the Double Tap option and then select Screenshot.
  • Whenever you now double tap the back of your iPhone, a screenshot will be captured.

Take Screenshot with Assistive Touch

You can take screenshots on your iPhone 14 Pro using Assistive Touch. Assistive Touch can be used by people who have trouble touching their iPhones’ screens or buttons. Assistive Touch appears as a floating button. How to use it.

  • From your home screen, launch the Settings app.
  • Scroll down a bit and tap on Accessibility followed by Touch.
  • Next, tap on Assistive Touch and tap on the toggle to switch it on.

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  • Under Custom Actions you will be able to assign the Screenshot option for either the Single Tap, Double Tap, or Long Press options.
  • If you don’t want to assign anything, you can simply tap on the floating button, select Device followed by More, and finally Screenshot.

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  • The screenshot will be captured and saved to your iPhone in the Photos app.

Ask Siri to Take a Screenshot

Siri is Apple’s good voice assistant. Siri can also take screenshots. Simply press your iPhone’s side button to activate Siri, then say Take a Screenshot. Siri will take a screenshot and save it in Photos’ screenshots album. To capture screenshots, type “take a screenshot.”

How to Take Long Screenshots on iPhone 14

What if the page is too long to fit on the screen? Taking multiple screenshots to capture a page takes time. You can capture full-page scrolling screenshots. This is faster than a normal screenshot. Steps:

  • First, take a screenshot using any of the four methods given below.
  • Once you take the screenshot and the edit page appears tap the Full Page button.
  • The Full Page button appears only if there is more than one screen’s worth of content.
  • After tapping the full page, you can crop the content you don’t want in the screenshot.
  • At last tap the Done button.

The long screenshot saves where others do. Instead of multiple screenshots, take just one.

Here’s how to take a screenshot on an iPhone 14 or 14 Pro. Take screenshots with a third-party app? Never. Built-in functions beat third-party screenshot apps.

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