At times on your iPad, iPad Mini, iPad Air or iPad Pro, you might need to take a screengrab, to either remind yourself of some vital information that you will otherwise forget, or as a fast way to transform some notes into an image that you will be able to send to whoever you want.
But it is not always simple to recollect how to make that happen– especially if your iOS devices or Android phone or tab might have various ways to take a screenshot. Plus it is tricky that several iPads take screenshots in several ways.
For this reason, we have come up with this article to break down how you can take a screenshot on your iPad. Do not forget that things are quite different on the iPad Pro to other iPad models, therefore, if you own an iPad Pro, see below.
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How Can I Take A Screenshot On iPad, iPad Mini or iPad Air?
The process of taking a screenshot on an iPad, iPad Mini, iPad Air or other versions is quite simple.
Just press the home button, below the iPad’s display, and the power button that powers on and powers off your tab. Holding these buttons is not compulsory – simply press them simultaneously and the screen will instantly flash white.
After that, a thumbnail revealing your captured photo will be visible at the lower left corner of your phonescreen, and it will be stored to your gallery, allowing you gain access to your screenshot whenever you wish.
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How Can I Take A Screenshot On iPad Pro?
Screenshots snapping on an iPad Pro is not the same as on other iPads, so leave out every knowledge you have already, because the absence of a home button means you are unable to get things done with the home button and power button.
However, do remember, pressing the power button still has to be done, but that has to be simultaneous with pressing the volume up button, which can be seen on the side.
Press both buttons, holding them is still not necessary – and this will take an image of your screen, that can be viewed in the bottom-left as a thumbnail for some seconds. If the buttons are held, you might mistakenly power off your iPad Pro, and that my friend, is not what you want.
You are done.
Just ensure you remember these buttons and their combinations like you were instructed so your screenshot doings can be apt.