19 Amazing iPhone Hidden iOS 11 Tips You Need to Know : IOS

3. Mark Up Your Screenshots


Taking a screenshot has always been relatively easy in iOS, just hold the power button and Home button at the same time. (On iPhone X, you’ll do it by holding the power button on the side and clicking Volume Up on the other side.) It used to just throw the screenshot into Photos, but now, it puts a thumbnail on the screen. Click the thumbnail and you’re taken into the new editing screen, where you can crop, add arrows/lines/shapes, put in text, sign it, magnify a section, highlight, write on it, type on it (and change the font), select sections, undo/redo your actions, or use the lasso tool to grab your annotations and move them (even scribbles and highlights). When you click Done, save the screenshot to Photos, or just delete it, if it was for fun. (This is in addition to the tools you get in Photos for cropping, rotating, filtering, and adjusting color and contrast.)

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