Use the checklist below to make sure you have created all the images that are required for App
Store submission. If you plan to use the same images across all devices, then only supply iPad Pro
and iPhone 6 Plus images as itunes will auto scale them.
The Apple App Store requires 2 screenshots that will appear after you search for the app and are
viewing the details. The best way to provide these images is to take a photo of the app’s splash
screen and main screen showing the app’s components once you have finished building your app.
|Asset||Naming Convention||Minimum Required Size||Format|
1024 Width x
1024 Height px
|iPhone 4 & 4s (2 Screenshots)||iPhone4_Screenshot1.png, iPhone4_Screenshot2.png||
640 Width x
960 Height px
|iPhone 5 & 5s (2 Screenshots)||iPhone5_Screenshot1.png, iPhone5_Screenshot2.png||
640 Width x
1136 Height px
|iPhone 6 (2 Screenshots)||iPhone6_Screenshot1.png, iPhone6_Screenshot2.png||
1334 Width x
750 Height px
|iPhone 6 Plus (2 Screenshots)||iPhone6plus_Screenshot1.png, iPhone6plus_Screenshot2.png||
1242 Width x
2208 Height px
|iPad Pro (2 Screenshots)||iPhone6plus_Screenshot1.png, iPhone6plus_Screenshot2.png||
2048 Width x
2732 Height px
How to take Screenshots on iPhone / iPad
|Step 1:||Download the event app onto your phone using the test link provided in “Build & Publish”|
|Step 2:||Once you have finished building your app, take a photo of the app’s splash screen and main screen showing the app’s functionality.|
Note: To take a screenshot of your app on your iOS device, “hold down” the home button and the power button at the same time. This saves the photo to your photo gallery. You can then email the photo to yourself.
Depending on how much information you would like to appear in the iTunes store, you can also add a third image, which is a drill-down into one of the features (eg: Schedule).