How to Take a Screenshot on iPhone 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro and iPhone 11

Doesn't matter whether you are a pro or a normal joe; you may need to capture screen on your iPhone 11, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max for various purposes. So, get a good hang of the oft-repeated action sooner than later!

If you have put your hands on iPhone X Series, you (most probably) already know how to take a screenshot on iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max. But if you have upgraded to the 2019 iPhones from classic iPhones with the Touch ID, you would need to get used to the new combination of buttons.

Bother not! Despite a little twist in the tale, snapping screen on iPhone 11 Series devices remains pretty straightforward. Moreover, there is also a way to get it done even without using the physical buttons – with just a single tap.

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Yeah, you heard it right. You don’t need to trouble your fingers to carry out this oft-repeated thing. That all being said, let’s get started!

How to Screenshot on iPhone 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro and iPhone 11

The simplest way to capture a screenshot on iPhone 11 Series devices is to use the combination of the side button and volume up button. Just press these buttons at once to take the screenshot.

Just press side button and volume up button at once to take the screenshot on iPhone 11 Pro Max

Once done, you will hear the screenshot sound. And of course, there will also be a tiny thumbnail of the captured screen on the bottom left of the screen. If you wish to fine-tune the screenshot, simply tap on the thumbnail and then take advantage of the markup tool to design it.

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Take Screenshot With a Single Tap on iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max (Without Physical Buttons)

Step #1. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone and choose Accessibility.

Launch Settings app on iPhone 11 and select Accessibility

Step #2. Now, select the Touch option and hit AssistiveTouch at the top of the screen. Then, turn on the toggle.

Turn ON Assistive Touch on iPhone 11

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Step #3. Next, tap on the Single-Tap option under the Custom-Actions section. After that, choose the Screenshot option from the list of many options.

Take Screenshot With a Single Tap on iPhone 11 Pro Max

That’s pretty much it! Going forward, whenever you wish to capture the screen on your 2019 iPhones, all you need to do is just tap on the AssistiveTouch icon.

Save this tip for the times where you may find it a bit inconvenient to use the physical buttons to take the screenshot.

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Side note: The only downside (if any) of this trick is that your AssistiveTouch icon turns into a screenshot button and nothing else. So, if you use this Accessibility feature for other things like adjusting volume, clearing out RAM on your iPhone 11 Series, make sure the menu is selected (by default it’s already selected) in the single-tap option (check out step 3). Then, simply tap on the AssistiveTouch icon → tap on Device → tap on More button and hit Screenshot.

Taking a screenshot using AssistiveTouch on iPhone 11 Pro Max

Signing Off…

So, that’s how you can capture screen with ease on your 2019 iPhones. Talking about functionality, screenshots come in handy for various purposes. Whether you want to guide someone about how to carry out a certain thing or keep something for memory, they have a definite role to play. That’s why from a full-time student to a workaholic housewife to a committed professional, everyone finds them helpful in their day-to-day life.

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Suraj Padmasalihttps://www.igeeksblog.com/
Suraj is a digital marketing expert on the iGB's team. He contributes to the social media section along with tips and tricks for iPhone, Apple Watch. Apart from blogging, he likes to work out as much as he can in his gym and love to listening to retro music.
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