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Along with many other features, Apple has changed the way to take a screenshot on  iPhone X. On many occasions, we are required to take the screenshot on iPhone. For ages, we have used Home Button and Power Button combination to take a screenshot on iOS devices.

As Apple's most ambitious iPhone does not have a home button, and many folks would be slightly puzzled about how to take screenshots on iPhone X. Though, it is a bit different and as easy as you used to capture screen on your Old iPhone. Just follow these simple steps to get the job done!

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How to Take A Screenshot on iPhone X

How to Take A Screenshot on iPhone X

Step #1. First of all, go to the screen you want to take the screenshot.

Step #2. Make sure everything is in order.

Step #3. Press and hold the side button on your iPhone X (located at the right-hand side.) and click the Volume Up button. (Particullarly for this how-to volume up button will play the role of home button.)

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Take Screenshot on iPhone X

Step #5. The iPhone screen will flash, and you will hear the “click” sound as well (Of course, if you had kept it enabled.)

Alternatively, you can take screenshots on iPhone X using AssitiveTouch. Let's check it out.

How to Take Screenshot on iPhone X without using Sleep/Wake and Volume Up Buttons

Step #1. Tap on Settings → Tap on General.

Tap on Setting then General in iOS 11 on iPhone

Step #2. Tap on Accessibility then tap on AssistiveTouch.

Tap on Assistive Touch on iPhone X

Step #3. Turn On AssistiveTouch.

Enable Asssitive Touch on iPhone X

Step #4. Tap on AssistiveTouch shortcut.

Tap on Assistive Touch Button on iPhone X

Step #5. Tap on Device.

Tap on Device in Assistive Touch on iPhone X

Step #6. Tap on More then tap on Screenshot.

Take Screenshots on iPhone X Without using Buttons

That's it.

Once you have captured the screenshot, you can edit it with markup tool, share it, or delete it from the device.

Just like rebooting iPhone 7/7 Plus, this process may also feel odd for some days. But I guess, once it's in practice you will get used to it. If in case the above method fails, Assistive Touch is always there to do the job.

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Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.