Screenshots, or screensnip in Worldwide, are a mandatory feature on every smartphone. Without this simple feature, a smartphone can be said to lose its intelligence. Expensive cellphones like the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max also have a screenshot feature.
By the way, there are many benefits that you can get when you take advantage of the screenshot feature. For example, recording detailed info such as recipes on YouTube, or steps in repairing various electronic devices.
Another example is getting proof of transaction after you transfer money via mobile banking. Alright, without further ado, here’s the procedure for screenshots on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
General Screenshots on iPhone 14 Series
The way to screenshot on the iPhone 14 Series is still the same as its predecessor cellphones, namely by pressing two buttons simultaneously. You can follow the explanation as below.
1. Set Up Display
Make sure your iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max Max are in a ready position. This means make sure the phone is on, then open the page you want to screenshot. It can be web pages, social media timelines, or videos on YouTube.
2. Press Button
Press simultaneously the power button and volume up. You can use whichever finger you feel most comfortable with. For the record, don’t hold down both buttons for too long because you’ll enter the display to turn off the phone. Press both buttons quickly once.
Shortly after pressing the power button and volume up, the screenshot image will appear. Dynamic Island area that will not cause holes in the screenshot image. A preview of the screenshot will appear in the lower left corner of the screen.
Immediately press the preview if you want to make adjustments. The customization options available start from cropping, giving watermarks, giving strokes, or highlighting colors. You can also share it directly with friends or relatives via messaging apps, emails, social media apps, and more.
4. Press “Done”
By pressing the “Done” button after making adjustments, the screenshot will be saved in the phone gallery. As for if you don’t want to save the screenshot, you can press the button with the trash can icon in the row to the right of the “Done” button.
Screenshots with a Tap
Pressing two buttons simultaneously may be inconvenient for some people. Apple also provides a solution to make screenshots on the iPhone much easier. The trick is to tap the back of the phone twice. Here’s how to enable the double tap feature for screenshots on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
1. Open the “Settings” Menu
Touch the “Settings” The icon is in the shape of a gear.
2. Enter “Accessibility”
Scroll down and press the “Accessibility” menu to enter it.
3. Enter “Touch”
Swipe down on the display and then tap “Touch”.
4. Find “Back Tap”
Swipe down until you find “Back Tap”.
5. Enable “Back Tap”
To the right of the “Back Tap” bar, you’ll see the words “Off” if this feature isn’t already active. Tap on it to get ready to activate it.
6. Select “Double Tap”
Apple provides “Double Tap” and “Triple Tap” options. You can choose one. Select “Double Tap” for a simpler screenshot.
7. Set Double Tap
After tapping the “Double Tap” bar, you’ll see a variety of menus that you can open with a double tap. Find and select “Screenshot” so that a double tap on the back of the smartphone works to take a screenshot.
8. Screenshot with Double Tap is Ready
The double tap command for screenshots is already active. Prepare the display that you want to screenshot, then tap the back of the phone twice.
10. Press “Done”
If you have, you can send the screenshot by touching the send icon. You can also save or delete screenshots. Press “Done” to save, tap the trash can icon to delete.
Screenshots with Third Party Apps
Shortcuts is not really a third party app as it is made by Apple. However, not all iPhone phones have this application installed, especially older iPhones. The Shortcuts function is a shortcut containing commands so that the phone can do its job automatically.
Well, one of the shortcuts in this application is WebSaver+. This shortcut works to take long screenshots of webpages in one click. You no longer need to take screenshots again and again and then assemble them one by one.
You also don’t need to go to the website to take a screenshot. Shortcuts are free and do not contain ads. However, this application can only take screenshots on web pages. Shortcuts can be downloaded here.
2. Awesome Screenshots for Safari
If you are a user of a browser or a Safari browser, you can try Awesome Screenshot for screenshot purposes. This app is actually an extension created for the Safari and iOS 8 browsers.
However, newer iOS users can still use it. You can take screenshots through this application, then add highlights, doodles, and other annotations. This app is free, but it’s pretty old-school since it was last updated in 2014. Awesome Screenshots can be downloaded here.
Tailor is one of the best-selling screenshot applications on the App Store because it has been downloaded 4 million times. As the name suggests, Tailor automatically stitches multiple screenshots into one long image.
The app often works well, but sometimes it lacks accuracy. In this case, the application misses the selection of the image, so the screenshots overlap. Tailor can screenshot horizontally, but not vertically.
Can’t also do image selection manually, and doesn’t have an edit menu. This app is free, but displays ads. To get rid of the ads, you have to pay 2.99 US dollars. Tailor you can download here.
4. StitchPics-Stitch Screenshots
A developer named Lei Ma (磊 ) created a screenshot application that aims to make it easier for iPhone users to take long screenshots with quality results. You can find the apps he created by keyword StitchPics.
This application can take long screenshots automatically. However, the app also allows you to choose which images to “sew” manually. What’s interesting about this application is that it supports vertical and horizontal screenshots.
This app is free, but you need to pay only IDR 49 thousand to get the Pro version. With the Pro version, there are no stitched image limits, no watermarks, and no ads to appear. StitchPics-Stitch Screenshots can be downloaded her.
Screenshots. is a free application developed by Jing Zhou. This application helps those of you who want to take long screenshots with good image resolution without overlapping.
This application takes advantage of the iPhone’s default screen recording feature, so that the stitch marks between images do not appear in the screenshot results. Interestingly, this application is also compatible with other applications, not only screenrecording. Screenshots. can be downloaded here.