Use the Built-in Document Scanner on iPhone and iPad
Edited by Jay
Use Apple's built-in document scanner to quickly and accurately scan documents, books, flyers, business cards, and nearly anything in physical print form. Of course, there are several popular third-party apps specifically designed for document scanning. Still, if you like to keep things light on your device application-wise, you can use the in-house canner.
There are two ways (that we know of) to access Apple's document scanner on iPhone and iPad; via the Notes app, as well as the Files app. The Files app route requires a few extra steps, but it's still worth knowing if you often use the Files application.
In the following VisiHow guide, we're going to show how to scan documents using the built-in scanner for iPhone and iPad.
For this tutorial, we used an iPhone 7 running iOS 14.
Scan Documents From the Notes App on iPhone and iPad
Scan Documents From the Files App on iPhone and iPad
If you have problems with any of the steps in this article, please ask a question for more help, or post in the comments section below.
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