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Much awaited iPhone X was unveiled on 12th September with jaw dropping features. Along with many other new things, Apple has changed the way we used to take a screenshot on previous versions of iPhone.

On many occasions, we are required to take the screenshot on iPhone. For ages, we were using Home Button and Power Button combination to get the job done. Are you puzzled how to take screenshots on iPhone X as it doesn't have home button? It is as easy as you used to screenshot your older iPhone. Just follow these simple steps.

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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.)

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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What do you like the most about iPhone X?  For me, it was Face ID and Animoji. Do you find it worth upgrading?

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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.