How To Screenshot Entire Page On Iphone

Are you looking for a way to capture the entire page on your iPhone? Taking screenshots of webpages is a great way to save important information, but taking full page screenshots can be tricky.

This article will show you how! In just a few steps, you’ll be able to quickly and easily take full-page screenshots of any webpage so that you can save them for later use.

Ready to get started? Let’s go!

Key Takeaways

  • Preparation is important before taking a full-page screenshot on iPhone, including considering print options and screenshot tips, ensuring portrait orientation, and checking visibility and legibility of information.
  • To take a screenshot of the entire page on iPhone, open the desired webpage and press and hold the Side button and Volume Up button simultaneously. Listen for the shutter sound to confirm the screenshot is saved, and find it in the Photos app.
  • To open the page to capture, manage apps and open the desired page, swipe up with two fingers from the bottom of the screen, tap ‘Share’, and select ‘Save Image’ or ‘Screenshot’.
  • After capturing the image, it can be shared using AirDrop or other sharing services, saved in Photos, or edited using the tools available in the Photos app such as lighting adjustments, rotation, cropping, and markup. It is recommended to save the edited screenshot as a copy to preserve all the edits.

Prepare Your iPhone

Before taking a screenshot of an entire page on your iPhone, make sure you’ve prepared it properly.

Print options and screenshot tips should be considered before proceeding.

Ensure the phone is in portrait orientation, as this will allow for the best possible capture.

Additionally, make sure that all important information is visible on the screen so nothing gets cut off during the screenshot process.

To ensure everything appears as intended, double-check that all fonts are legible and images are clear before taking the shot.

Take a Screenshot of the Entire Page

Taking a screenshot of an entire page on your iPhone is easy. To start, open the page you wish to capture and take a screenshot with just a few taps.

Press and hold the Side button and Volume Up button at the same time until you see a white border around the edges of your screen. If done correctly, you’ll hear a shutter sound indicating that your screenshot has been taken and saved to your Photos app.

Open the Page You Wish to Capture

Open the page you want to capture. To take a screenshot of your entire iPhone screen, start by managing apps and opening the one you want to capture.

Once opened, use two fingers to swipe up from the bottom of the page, then tap ‘Share’. From here, select ‘Save Image’ or ‘Screenshot’, depending on your device.

Finally, share your image using AirDrop or other sharing services to save it in Photos:

  1. Manage apps
  2. Swipe up from bottom
  3. Share image

Take a Screenshot

To capture what you’re seeing on your device, quickly swipe up and tap ‘Share’ to save the image.

Taking a screenshot of your iPhone is easy and can be done in just a few steps.

Pressing the side button (on iPhone 8 or later) and volume up button at the same time will take the full-length shot of whatever is currently displayed on your screen.

You’ll then hear a sound that indicates success; this means that your screenshot has been taken!

From here, you can customize it by adding text, drawings, etc., before sharing it with friends or posting it online.

Screenshots are great for capturing memories, instructions, conversations – anything you find important enough to keep forever!

Edit and Save Your Screenshot

Once you’ve taken a screenshot of your entire page on your iPhone, you’ll need to edit and save it. Editing the image allows you to crop it or add text and drawings. To do this, open up the screenshot in the Photos app. On the bottom of the screen, there are several editing tools available. You can adjust lighting, rotate images, crop them, and even add text or drawings with the Markup feature. Once you’re done making edits to your screenshot, tap Done and then Save as a copy to keep all edits intact. Tool Use
Lighting Adjust Brightness/Contrast/Exposure
Rotate Change orientation of image 90° at a time
Crop Trim edges of image
Markup Add text & drawings


Now you know how to take a screenshot of an entire page on your iPhone!

With just a few quick steps and some editing, you can capture any webpage or document that’s too long for one screen.

And with the ability to save it directly to your device, you’ll never have to worry about losing important information again.

So next time you need a full-page screenshot, don’t hesitate – just open up your iPhone and get snapping!

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