Take a screenshot on an iPhone 14

An Apple iPhone.

Taking a screenshot on an iPhone 14 is easy. There are three different methods to choose from, including pressing a few buttons, tapping the back of your iPhone, or using an option on the screen. We’ll show you all the methods below.

If you took a screenshot using any method, you’ll find that image in the Album > Screenshots folder in the Photos app.

Use buttons to take a screenshot

A quick way to take a screenshot on your iPhone 14 is to press two buttons on your phone at the same time.

To use this method, open the screen you want to capture on your iPhone. Then press the volume up button and the side button at the same time.

Press Volume Up+Side.

You will hear a shutter sound indicating that your screenshot has been taken.

In the lower left corner of your screen, you will find the thumbnail of your screenshot. Tap it to edit or delete your screenshot.

Tap the image thumbnail.

The thumbnail disappears automatically after a few seconds.

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Tap the back of your iPhone 14 to take a screenshot

Another way to take screenshots on your iPhone 14 is to tap the back of your phone. This is possible using the Back Tap function.

To configure it, launch Settings on your iPhone. Then navigate to Accessibility > Touch > Tap Back.

On the Tap Back page, select either “Double Tap” or “Triple Tap” depending on how many taps you want to use to take a screenshot.

Select the number of taps.

On the next page, choose ‘Screenshot’. Then tap “Tap Back” in the top left corner to save your changes.

To elect "image."

From now on, whenever you want to take a screenshot on your phone, double tap or triple tap (depending on the option you chose above) on the back of your iPhone.

Your iPhone takes the screenshot and saves it in the default Photos app.

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Using an on-screen menu to take a screenshot

If you prefer to tap an option on the screen to take screenshots, enable and use an AssistiveTouch feature to do that.

To get started, open Settings on your iPhone. Then go to Accessibility > Touch > AssistiveTouch.

Enable the “AssistiveTouch” option.

Switch on "Assistive Touch."

You will see a white dot on your screen. Tap this dot to open a menu.

From the menu, choose Device > More > Screenshot to take a screenshot.

Remark: Don’t worry, the OSD menu will not appear in your screenshot.

Tap "image."

Your screenshot will now be captured and saved in the Photos app.

You can now edit, share, and even delete your screenshots when you no longer need them.

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