How To Take Screenshots On The iPhone 7 And iPhone 7 Plus
Just like most other new iPhone release, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus features some new technological innovations. On this two devices, Apple decides to remove some old hardware features which we are all used to and replace them with new ones. For instance, the 3.5mm jack has been replaced with a lightning connector and also the physical home button has also been replaced with non click button.
Although the new home button is more of a touch pad but Apple has managed to integrate a new vibration motor, known as the 'Taptic Engine', inside the iPhone 7 which makes it mimic the feeling of a physical click button with a very strong feedback.
As we know, the traditional way of taking screenshots on older iPhone Devices is by holding down both the power/ lock button and the home key. But now that the physical key has been removed, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus users might be wondering how they can actually take screenshots on their device.
Actually the procedure is very similar on both the iPhone 7 and older iPhone Devices as it still involves holding down your power button and home key. The only difference is that you have to exert a little bit more pressure on the home button until you hear a click sound followed by the quick blink of the screen.
Every screenshot taken will always be saved in the camera roll.