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How To Take Screenshots In iOS

Take screenshots on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

Capture any screen at any time on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch by holding down the home button while pressing the power button.

The screen will flash. You’ll hear a camera shutter sound. The screenshot saves to the Photos library.

Here I just captured the home screen of my iPad.

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