If tiny images keep appearing in the corner of your iPhone’s screen, or you keep finding strange pics in the Photos library, you’re probably accidentally taking screenshots. To avoid this problem in the future, it’s important to know how screenshots work. How Screenshots Are Triggered To take a screenshot on an iPhone, you have to press a combination of physical buttons on the device. Here’s how it’s done on each generation: iPhone X or later: Simultaneously press and hold the Side and Volume Up buttons briefly. iPhones with a Home and Side button: Simultaneously press and hold the Home and Side buttons briefly. iPhones with a Home and Top button: Simultaneously press and hold the Home and Top buttons briefly. If you accidentally press any of these combinations by accident, you’ll get a screenshot. It happens most often on iPhones without a Home button. This is because the two trigger buttons are more likely to be pressed when your iPhone is in your pocket, rattling around in your purse, or when you’re gripping it. You can try adjusting your grip to avoid simultaneously pressing both buttons. Unfortunately, as of iOS 13, you can’t disable screenshots. However, there is a work-around…. Read full this story
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