iPhone users should soon be able to capture screenshots of websites on their mobile devices, according to the latest batch of reports.

Gizmodo explains that the mobile version of Safari that will ship within Apple's in-development iPhone 2.0 software update will let users save images of websites to their photo albums.

"We tried and it works: just hold your finger against an image for a longer time than usual and the pop-up dialogue will appear," Gizmodo explains.

Saved website images can be used as a background or emailed to others (functions already supported within photos on an iPhone), and can also be used as shortcuts to specific URLs.

Recent reports have suggested iPhone software 2.0 will offer support for Bluetooth streaming (allowing use of the device with third-party Bluetooth headsets and speaker systems) and the capacity to print documents from the iPhone.

Additional features recently identified within the in-development software also suggest the introduction of a new contact search function and the introduction of a new ability to send invitations to meetings from within the iPhone's calendar application.

Most recently, a report claimed the new software supports Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Polish, Korean and Portuguese (Brazil) languages, spurring expectation Apple plans to widen the number of territories it offers iPhone for sale in when iPhone Software 2.0 ships.