Command- Shift-3. It captures a screenshot of your entire screen. Command- Shift-4. It turns the cursor into a crosshair, which you can drag to select a portion of your screen to capture. ... Command- Shift-4, then space bar, then click on a window.

Cost: Apple offers a one-year warranty. After that, you can add on to the warranty for an extra $59 or cheaper in electronic stores like Best Buy. A battery tends to run around $65 for the repair, while a cracked LCD screen can cost over $100.

This can get a little pricey — an i Phone 6 screen repair kit costs about $150 — but it is cheaper than buying a new phone altogether. Of course, not all of us have the skills or time to fix our own phone screens.

If your screen looks fine and all touch works but is cracked then you just need the glass, but if the screen looks black or touch will not work then you need a LCD. Another way to find out if the LCD is broken is to bull down the scroll bar and move it back and forth on every side to see if the touch works.

Apple charges $129 (plus tax) to fix a broken i Phone 6 S screen and $149 (plus tax) to fix a broken i Phone 6 S Plus screen. You'll pay $109 for a broken i Phone 6 screen and $129 for a broken i Phone 6 S screen. If you can't get to an Apple store, you can mail your device in to Apple for a shipping fee of $6.95.

Depending on the extent of the damage, Apple will either repair or replace it for you. If you are under Apple Care+ coverage any repair will cost $79, else the screen replacement for an i Phone 6 is serviced at $109 while the i Phone 6 Plus, i Phone 5 s, i Phone 5 c and i Phone 5 will cost $129 for a screen replacement.

To turn rotation lock off, follow these steps: In i OS 7 or higher, swipe up from the bottom of the screen to reveal Control Center. The icon at the far right on the top row – the lock and arrow icon – is highlighted to indicate that it's turned on. Tap that icon to turn off rotation lock.

Access the Control Center by touching the bottom of any screen then dragging upward. For the i Phone X, swipe downward from the upper-right corner of the Home or Lock screen to access Control Center. Tap the Portrait Orientation icon to lock or unlock screen portrait orientation.