This is one of the best made shortcuts you’ll ever find for the Shortcuts app on your iPhone. It takes any screen shot from any Apple device and properly places it into the correct frame.

If you have a series of shots, it’ll even lay them all out properly for you (even if they’re different device types.)

Today, I’m pleased to introduce Apple Frames 2.0, an all-new version of my popular shortcut to put screenshots inside physical device frames of Apple products. The new Apple Frames, which you can download at the end of this post or on the MacStories Shortcuts Archive, has been completely rewritten so it’s faster and lighter, comes with support for the latest iPhone 13 lineup and iPad mini, brings support for framing iMac and MacBook Air screenshots, and, at long last, is available internationally in seven different languages.

It’s free, it’s perfect.

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