Starting with iOS 13 on iPhone and iPad, it became possible to create full-page long screenshots. This is really great, because now there is no need to zoom out the picture in order to get all its contents in the window for later taking a picture. And this function, which is important, works like a regular screenshot.
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One of the interesting and popular features of Safari was not mentioned in any way during the WWDC 2019 presentation. Nevertheless, this feature completely changes the way of working with screenshots in Safari. Many users may find this functionality useful.
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How to take a full-page long screenshot on iPhone and iPad
1. Open Safari and go to the webpage you want to capture a screenshot of.
2. Follow the usual steps to take a screenshot (details). To do this, on devices without Face ID, press the key combination Food + Home, and on devices with Face ID – Power + Volume Up…
3. Click on the preview of the snapshot.
4. In the upper part of the window, select the option “Whole Page”…
5. Click “Ready”…
You can always crop the page, leaving only what you want there.
Note: Full-page screenshots are not suitable if another application is running in split screen mode. Also, this feature is only active for web pages in Safari. So, if you need to take a screenshot with a long correspondence in iMessage, you will have to use a specialized application for taking screenshots, for example, Tailor.