Default in watchOS 3 disables various previous versions of watchOS, the ability to take screenshots. Screenshots are disabled because the screenshot-taking shortcut overlaps performance done by the Workout app. Under watchOS 3, it is possible to stop and start while progress workouts by pressing the Digital Crown and Side button simultaneously. It simply so happens that that is the same gesture used to take Apple Watch screenshots.
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Apple Watch screenshots aren’t the most stunning looking things in the world by default. However, there are ways to make these screenshots look better. LongScreen ($2.99 on App Store) has lengthy been my go-to app of choice for spiffing up iPhone and iPad screenshots, and the related principle use to Apple Watch screenshots. This app is utterly fundamental to my workflow and comes with a sterling recommendation.
Apple has introduced an option to disable using screenshots on Apple Watch, presumably because people making them by accident way too often.However what this meant for me was that default disables the feature. I don’t know if that’s a bug however if you’re facing the same issue, right here’s how one can turn it on. Or perhaps, you wish to disable use screenshots on the Apple Watch. So follow these simple steps:
Step to Taking Screenshot in watchOS 3
Step 1. First of all, Launch Watch app on your iPhone.
Step 2. Now, from the “My Watch” and tap on “General.“
Step 3. After that Scroll down and toggle on the switch next to Allow Screenshot.
Step 4. Now press the Digital Crown and side button.
Step 5. Now, click on the side button.
Step 6. Now you can go to your iPhone’s Camera Roll, and you’ll see the screenshot there.
Step 7. That’s it! Now, you are done.
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