It'll be like a screenshot - but for videos.
Apple rolled out iOS 11 today. The latest update for iPhones, iPads and iPods allows you to customise the control centre and has introduced new camera modes.
The update also means your iPhone can now sense when you're driving and will turn off your notifications and notify the person trying to contact you that you're behind the wheel.
It also now has the ability to record your device's output, meaning Snapchats or FaceTimes can all be recorded from someone else's phone, without them knowing.
The new feature has been met with mixed reactions online:
Me rushing to update to iOS 11 cause you can screen record Snapchats: pic.twitter.com/BckYh6MbD5— Bae (@thebaemarcus) September 20, 2017
No one on Snapchat is safe with this new update lmao!! You can record your screen in iOS 11— tommy chong. (@chelseyharrelll) September 20, 2017
Woooo girl and now you can save images sent in Snapchat “chats” directly to the camera roll. pic.twitter.com/f39o7ELoit— Phillip Henry (@MajorPhilebrity) September 19, 2017
The update is available on all models from the iPhone 5s and newer.