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Do you need a recording of your iPhone’s screen? You could need a how-to video for business, or you might want to demonstrate to your mother how to perform anything on her laptop. It doesn’t matter why you need or want to record your iPhone screen; the process is quite simple. This brief tutorial will teach you how to produce an iPhone screen recording with and without sound using the iPhone.
First and foremost, if you do not already have the Screen Recording option available in your Control Center, you may simply add it. Here’s how it’s done:
Screen Recording will now appear at the top of the screen, under Included Controls. It’ll be near the bottom of the list, but you may drag it to a different position if you like it there instead.
When you’re ready to record the screen of your iPhone, just follow these easy instructions:
Control Center should be opened. Swipe down from the top-right corner of the screen on an iPhone with Face ID to unlock the device. Swipe up from the bottom of the screen on an iPhone with the front-facing Home button to bring up the menu.
You’ll then notice a three-second countdown on the button after that. This provides you with a little window of time to move to the part of your screen that you wish to capture. As a result, do all you can to prepare ahead of time, whether that means opening an app or switching to a separate screen.
As soon as the recording begins, you will see a red bar over the top of your screen, indicating that it is now recording. You may pause the recording by simply pressing the red bar at the bottom of the screen. After that, you’ll receive a confirmation that the recording has been stopped; just press Stop. If you’d like to continue recording, choose Cancel from the menu.
You’ll get a quick indication that your recording has been saved to Photos after you’ve completed your recording.
Consider the possibility of creating a screen recording that incorporates audio. This is similarly simple to do, and you have two choices. You have the option of recording just the sound from your iPhone’s internal microphone or recording both the sound from your iPhone and the sound from your external microphone.
In the case of a video recording, this is an excellent option if you want to explain what you’re doing while simultaneously include the noises that are occurring on your iPhone in the video.
If you don’t want any background noise in your movie and just want the noises from your iPhone, this is the setting you’ll want to use.
The red bar will still appear at the top of the screen, and you may touch and confirm to stop recording. The video will still be saved to your Photos regardless of whatever audio option you choose.