While taking screenshots of a part of a website that appears currently on your screen is quite common, did you know that your iPhone also allows saving the full page as a screenshot in PDF if you’re surfing the net via their Safari browser? If your iPhone is running iOS 13, then you can conveniently save entire webpages as a screenshot in PDF format. You can save the full page screenshot as a PDF file or you can save it on locally on your device.
You can also share the screenshot PDF from the Files to your choice of apps like social platforms. You can also open the screenshot PDF in Books app and use Airdrop to send the PDF to other Apple devices. Follow the below-mentioned steps to take full page screenshot on your iPhone or iPad.
Taking full-page screenshots on iPhone and iPad
Open Safari and visit the website or page of which you want to take a full-page screenshot and follow the steps mentioned below.
- Take the screenshot like how you generally do that is by pressing the Home button and Power button together. New iPhones require a Power button and Up Volume button to do this action.
- After taking the screenshot, click on the thumbnail that appears on the bottom left of the phone’s display.
- On the screenshot edit page, tap on the Full Page tab at the top of the window.
- Then tap on Done option at the top-left.
- From the options that appear at the bottom of the display, tap on Save PDF to files. This will save the entire page in the form of a PDF.
- On the next page, you can choose the location where you want to save the full-page screenshot — on your device or iCloud.
- Then tap on Save option at the top-right.
Also read: How to save photos as PDF in Photoshop?