Many fans of iPhones are always looking for shortcuts and tricks to save time. One such little know trick is to take a screenshot by back tapping the device. The only disadvantage to this hack is that it only works with certain iPhones including iPhone X and newer models. It requires iOS 14.
This feature was shown on both Facebook and TikTok. Many users were impressed and happy to use this shortcut.
Click on “Accessibility” in “Settings” to activate this feature, followed by touch. Then turn on the “Back Tap” button. Select double or triple tap and click on the “Screenshot” option to complete the activation.
Some iPhone users found this shortcut useful while others remained unconvinced. Users complained about the phone taking as many as 50 screenshots. Some said that the feature was so sensitive that it took several random, unnecessary screenshots.
Many iPhone users are always looking for tricks, tips and hacks to use. There are videos and posts on social media for many other tricks to save minimal time and effort. Some of them include how to sign documents while traveling or how to use a built-in tape measure. There’s also a trick that lets you swipe and delete the last digit in the calculator.
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