How to Save Webpage as PDF Using Safari on iPhone & iPad

  • 4 November 2021
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Are you looking to save a webpage or multiple webpages as PDF files to your iPhone or iPad? There are many reasons you might want to do this, perhaps you’re wishing to save a webpage receipt as a PDF for record keeping, to archive a page, or to access a web page offline. Fortunately, Safari makes it easy to convert webpages into PDF files.

 

The ability to create PDF from webpages in Safari was first introduced with the release of iOS 11. However, the steps needed to access the same has been slightly tweaked if you’re running a newer version of iOS like iOS 15, iOS 14, and iOS 13. The advantage of having PDF files of webpages is that they can be viewed even when you’re not connected to the internet and they can also be easily printed out. Plus, you can share it with your colleagues along with other files. So let’s check out creating a PDF from a webpage by using Safari on iPhone or iPad.

 

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