Apple iPhone X is one of the most desired smartphones on the market. With iPhone X, Apple has some daring changes, like a curved OLED display, Face ID, and an all-glass back design. In the first three months of 2018, Apple iPhone X was the best-selling phone, beating out the likes from Samsung and Sony on the market.
With iPhone X, Apple introduces a lot of new things that may take some getting used to. One such thing lies in the ability to take screenshots. The method used to take a screenshot on the iPhone X is slightly different from past iPhone models. To do this, press and hold the Side button and press the Volume Up button at the same time.
However, Apple iPhone X may sometimes become a cause of annoyance as you accidentally take a screenshot. In reality, Apple acknowledged the issue and promised to fix it in the coming update.
If you are looking for a way to fix the issue, then today is the day. Developers claim that accidental screenshots are now the past, thanks to Apple’s endless efforts to fix it in iOS 12. According to early testers, Apple will disable the ability to take screenshots on Apple iPhone X for seconds when your phone is locked or asleep. This prevents users from performing accidental screenshots.
From now on, you are free to put your phone into the pocket without worrying about performing accidental screenshots. Developers say that the screenshot process remains the same in iOS 12. This is a small addition to iOS, as it is pretty useful.
iOS 12 is now available as a developer beta for testing purposes following the unveiling event at WWDC. iOS 12 is not a significant upgrade over its predecessor. But it comes with a lot of new things we have been expecting to see for years, like Screen Time, grouped notifications, new Animoji, group FaceTime calling, better AR experiences, smarter Siri, and many more.
iOS 12 is expected to launch worldwide in September alongside Apple’s new iPhone models. Sources say that Apple will remove some of the features in the beta versions from the final build release.
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