Saving Webpages as PDF in iOS 11
Note: I tried this on my iPhone 7 Plus and the iPhone 6, but it should work on older iPhone as well as the new iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and iPhone X.
The procedure is fairly simple and similar across all the iOS 11 devices. All it takes is just a few moments of your precious time, so, simply follow the steps below to get this done in a jiffy without any confusion:
- First of all, open up the Safari browser on your iOS device and visit the webpage that you want to create a PDF from. Now, tap on the share icon located at the bottom of the screen. Once done, scroll a little bit to the right and tap on “Create PDF”.
- Now, you’ll notice the preview of the PDF file. In order to confirm and save it, simply tap on “Done”. Once again, tap on “Save File To…” to save the webpage as a PDF file.
- In the next menu, you’ll be asked to choose the location where you want to save the PDF file to. By default, users have the option to save the document to either Apple’s iCloud Drive or directly on their iPhone. If saved on iCloud Drive, the PDF can be accessed directly from iOS 11’s new “Files” app.