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Save images from Safari with iPhone 2.0 software iOS devices
If you want to save an image in Safari with the iPhone 2.0 software, simply touch it and hold. A dialog will appear that offers Save Image or Cancel. Choose Save Image, and the image will be stored in your iPhone's photo library, and will be transferred to iPhoto on the next sync.
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Save images from Safari with iPhone 2.0 software
Authored by: VxJasonxV on Jul 15, '08 12:35:42PM

How is this different from holding Home and pressing the power button? Are the two screenshots styles any different?

(No, I don't have an iPhone.)



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Save images from Safari with iPhone 2.0 software
Authored by: Bodoggy on Jul 15, '08 05:51:06PM

The hint saves an individual image from a web page. Home + Power takes a screenshot of the entire screen.



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Save images from Safari with iPhone 2.0 software
Authored by: SSM on Jul 15, '08 01:58:28PM

This also works for images in Mail.

@VxJasonxV
When you "save", the iPhone saves the actual image, at the original DPI / size. Taking a screen shot creates a 72 DPI image, and also includes the top and bottom toolbars (in Mobile Safari).



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Save images from Safari with iPhone 2.0 software
Authored by: caesar0801 on Jul 16, '08 03:05:27AM

@ VxJasonxV:

there's a difference between saving an image from your web browser and making a screenshot of your screen...



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Save images from Safari with iPhone 2.0 software
Authored by: rhoge on Jul 16, '08 06:49:58AM

Ah! I must have done this by accident.

I couldn't figure out why iPhoto started opening whenever I plugged in my iPod touch...




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Save images from Safari with iPhone 2.0 software
Authored by: VxJasonxV on Jul 16, '08 09:38:22AM

Save in-page images, not images of Safari.

I'm a boob, and I apparently can't read very well. Apologies all around folks...



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