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Screenshot equivalent for iPhone

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I need to e-mail a copy of a ticket in a travel app on my iPhone. How can I do that?
 

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Hi Alwyn

Here are all the methods of taking a screenshot on an iPhone depending on which model you have: Take a screenshot on your iPhone – Apple Support

You can then send the screenshot as a text message or email. (Screenshots are stored in Photos > Albums > Screenshots).

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@Alwyn:

Thanks to Ian for his response on how to take a screenshot on your iPhone.

Instead of taking a screenshot of an iPhone display, some folks have asked about how to display their iPhone screen on the larger display of a Mac. Perhaps you would like to do that instead of the screenshot?

Here are some easy instructions to follow... All that's needed is a lightning cable and the Quicktime app on your Mac:

How To Mirror iPhone Screen To Mac With Ease | Technobezz
 
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