In the past, Mac users could use the Command + Shift + 3 and Command + Shift + 4 to capture screenshots of the full screen and a region respectively. Those screenshot shortcuts are still available, so you don’t need to rewrite your muscle memory. But Command + Shift + 5 now invokes the new […]
There are a few different ways to record a screenshot on your Mac. They all capture either part or all of your screen, for times when you want to share a Google Map to your house, part of a great website, or to show tech support the troubles you’re having with your Mac. The following […]
iOS 11 dramatically upgraded the OS’s screenshot capabilities, with things like in-place annotation, a brand-new interface and a fully-featured share sheet that allows for the quick posting of screenshots. Not only will screenshots no longer clutter your photo library, but you can now create and share way more functional screenshots with no extra apps. What’s […]
By default, macOS contains a pretty impressive collection of screenshot capabilities. But if you take a lot of screenshots, you might start to notice limitations. For example, the built-in capability doesn’t make it easy to take the same sized screenshot repeatedly, and it’s difficult to adjust where files are saved or what format they’re saved […]
iOS 7 is now available to download (for free), and it radically transforms your iDevice. I took some screenshots from right before upgrading and right after, and as you’ll see, Apple cares about every last detail.
You know you want it. iOS 7 will be here this Fall, and we can’t wait to see how it’s going to change our iPhones and iPads. While we wait, here’s an extensive gallery of iOS 7 screenshots to tide you over.
It’s Apple 101. Something every user should know, but surprisingly few do. Whether you’re using a Mac, an iPhone, or an iPad, it’s usually as easy as one or two clicks.