Taking a screenshot or print screen on your Watch Edition 38mm (1st gen) is an easy process and will be helpful in sharing your Apple Watch screen with others.
Your Apple Watch Edition 38mm (1st gen) has the Apple S1 (28 nm) chipset and runs on watchOS 1.0, upgradable to 4.3.2 Operating system and has PowerVR SGX543 GPU with 512MB RAM.
Screenshot on apple watch is useful when a watchOS app throws an error you can take a screenshot and send it to the app developer. Or when you want to share your fitness progress on social media. Let’s learn how to do that.
How To Take A Screenshot On Apple Watch Edition 38mm (1st gen)
- To take a screenshot on your Apple Watch Edition 38mm (1st gen), go to the app screen that you want to take a screenshot of.
- Then press the Digital crown button on the right side and the power button both at the same time.
- The Apple Watch screen will flash when you have taken a screenshot.
- That’s it, you can find your screenshot on Photos app > Albums > Screenshot folder on your Apple Watch Edition 38mm (1st gen).
I hope our tutorial was helpful in taking a screenshot or screen capture on your Apple Watch Edition 38mm (1st gen).
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