If you switched to the new iPad Pro 2018 from the old iPad with a Touch ID, then you are probably interested in how to take screenshots now. Due to the lack of the Home button, the process has changed.
If you have an iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max or iPhone XR, you are probably familiar with the new way. It is very simple, the main thing is just to get used to it.
How to take screenshots on iPad Pro 2018
To take a screenshot on the 11-inch or 12.9-inch iPad Pro 2018, simultaneously hold down the Top button and the Volume Up button.
If you have an old iPad Pro with a Home button, you need to clamp it at the same time as the power button.
If sound is turned on on your iPad Pro, you will hear the distinctive shutter sound of a camera. A screenshot of the screenshot will appear in the lower left corner of the screen. Touch it to edit.
To immediately share a screenshot, pinch its preview and select the application through which you want to send it.
You can just brush away the previews and not interact with it. In this case, the screenshot will automatically be saved in the corresponding album in the Photo application.
How to take a screenshot using Assistive touch
There is another way to take a screenshot on the new iPad Pro 2018 – with the help of Assistive Touch.
The Assistive Touch feature can be enabled via Settings -> General -> Universal Access -> Assistive Touch. After its inclusion on the screen appears translucent virtual button Assistive Touch.
Now click Top Menu.
Select the User with Star icon, and then select the Screenshot from the list. The screenshot button will appear on the Assistive Touch menu. You can also replace the screen with any other button in the menu.
After you set up Assistive Touch, you can take screenshots with one hand by tapping the corresponding button.
A white flash will appear on the screen as usual, and you will hear a distinctive sound. All your screenshots are automatically saved in the Photo application.