iOS 10 is changing a lot of things we have grown accustomed to over a decade. Described by Apple as the biggest iOS release ever, iOS 10 introduces tons of new things and improvements. Aside from big changes we can easily see on the surface, we now have a lot of little things that add up to a much better user experience.
In iOS 10, there is a lesser known trick that allows you to save things as PDF from your iPhone or iPad. Indeed, with iOS 10 installed on your device, you now can use a gesture trick to save something as PDF, eliminating the need to use 3D Touch.
In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the steps to save as PDF on your iPhone and iPad with a gesture trick in iOS 10. Before we begin, note that the below-mentioned guide will help you save a webpage as PDF on your iPhone, but it also works exactly the same with other document types.
Steps to save as PDF on your iPhone and iPad with a gesture trick in iOS 10
Step one: First off, you need to launch Safari from your home screen and then head to any webpage you want to save as PDF
Step two: Once you are on, you now need to tap the Sharing button at the bottom. From the pop-up menu that shows up, hit the Print button to proceed
Step three: Next up, on the Print screen, you simply need to place your fingers on the screen and spread apart to zoom into the picture
Step four: This will open the PDF sharing option and you simply need to tap on the Sharing button at the bottom-left corner of the screen and then save your webpage as a PDF file. You can select how you want to share your PDF file from the sharing sheet such as Messages, Mail and Notes.
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