How To Take a Screenshot on iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro


Apple recently launched the iPhone 14 and 14 Pro with a host of new features such as Satellite connectivity, action-mode camera, larger battery life, and even better camera. Thereby, a lot of people who use Android or previous iPhones might switch to the iPhone 14, thereby leading to increase in Apple sales. Since you’ll be switching or using it for the first time, you might not know how to capture a screenshot on it. That’s the reason why this article shall help you. Taking a screenshot on an iPhone 14 is no different than the old-gen iPhone devices such as the iPhone 11, 12, 13. However, if you’re first time iPhone user and want to know the steps to capture a screenshot, then this post shall be helpful. In this article, I’ve shared 3 ways through which you can take screenshots on your iPhone, using the buttons, AssistiveTouch, and SIRI commands. I’ve also shared steps you can follow to take full webpage screenshots using the Safari browser. Sadly, you won’t be able to take full webpage screenshots when you’re using other browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Opera, etc. So if you want full-web page screenshots on your iPhone 14, then you’ll have to use Safari.

Taking a Screenshot with the Buttons

Taking a screenshot on your iPhone 14 is easy and is similar to the old iPhone 11, 12, 13. To take a screenshot using the buttons, simply press and hold the power button and the volume up button at the same time. After a few seconds, you should hear a camera shutter sound and see a white flash. It means that your screenshot has been taken successfully.

Taking Screenshots using AssistiveTouch

The second way to take a screenshot on your iPhone is to use the AssistiveTouch feature. This feature can be activated by going to Settings > General > Accessibility > AssistiveTouch.
  1. Go to Settings > General > Accessibility.
  2. Scroll down and select AssistiveTouch
  3. Toggle AssistiveTouch on.
  4. A small button will appear on your screen. Tap this button to open the AssistiveTouch menu.
  5. Tap the Device icon, then tap More.
  6. Tap Screenshot.
  7. Your iPhone will take a screenshot and save it to your Camera Roll.

Taking a Screenshot without Buttons [Using SIRI]

Another way to take a screenshot without using the buttons is to use Siri. Simply say “Hey Siri, take a screenshot” and Siri will do it for you. Note: You’ll need to have SIRI activated to make use of this method.

How to Take a Screenshot of a Specific Part of the Screen

Taking a screenshot of a specific part of the screen can be done by using the built-in screenshot tool on your iPhone. To take a screenshot, simply press and hold down the power button and the volume up button simultaneously. Once the screenshot is captured, the preview will be shown, you can crop the part you wanted to screenshot.

Taking Full Web Page Screenshot in Safari

1. Open Safari and go to the webpage you want to take a screenshot of. 2. Tap the Share button in the bottom toolbar. 3. Tap the Screenshot button. 4. A thumbnail of your screenshot appears in the lower-left corner of your screen. Tap it to open the screenshot. 5. To save the screenshot, tap Done and then choose Save Image or Add to Photos.


While the process for taking a screenshot on the new iPhone 14 is not different from past iPhones, it is still a relatively simple process. In just a few steps, you can take a high-quality screenshot that you can share with others or use for your own records. Give it a try next time you need to take a screenshot on your iPhone 14!

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