The recording of your iPhone or iPad screen is incredibly simple — here’s how to – CNET

The recording of your iPhone or iPad screen is incredibly simple — here’s how – CNET

The Screen Recording button lights up red when the screen is detected. 


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recording what is on your iPhone or iPad screen a useful tool for the display of a loved one, as you participate in a task, or enter your Fortnite-building skills. Of course, you screenshots can still draw and use the screenshot tools and annotate anything on the screen, but there are times when a recording-with audio-is the better route. 

you need to have iOS 11 or a later update installed on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, but this is the only requirement. 

Before you can start with the new screen recorder tool, you must first add the function button in the Control Center. On your iOS device, go to Settings – > Control Center > Customize-controls , then tap the green plus button next to the Screen Recording. 

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appears to be alt=”The-Screen-Recorder button, a countdown (here it shows “2”) after you selected, so that you can go to the app or screen you want to record you. 


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record your screen 

After you want to add the shortcut, start with the open Control Center. On iPhones, which is older than the iPhone X<-span section="inline-annotation|leads"> ($899 at Amazon), the swipe up from the bottom edge of the screen. On newer iPhones, swipe down from the upper-right corner of the screen. 

tap the Screen Recording button, the prompt, a countdown in the button, followed by it’s red to show, begin to capture what on your display. 

you will know when the screen is included, because it is either a red bar at the top of the screen (on older iPhones) or the time by a red highlight behind it (on newer iPhones). You tap on the red button or is the bar to stop the recording. 

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press With a long, you can decide to turn off audio recording so that you can tell, your video. 


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Spice up a recording with audio

All right, but what if you want someone to walk through how to use a feature, or a bug you again and again? Well, you can start turn on the phone microphone and have it, as long as a screen recording session active. 

To turn it on, open Control-Center and long-press the screen capture button. A new menu is displayed with a toggle to turn your microphone on the bottom. Tap on the mute Audio clicking on it, it will be red, and then select recordingStart. 

OK, I’ve made a record… now what? 

as soon As you stop recording, you will be asked if you want to save the video in the photos app. Open the photos app to view, edit, crop, and share the video.

Apple delivered the ability to record your screen in iOS 11 a few years ago, but iOS 13, and iPadOS 13, both published this year, brought some important additions. The new features including a dark mode, an improved reminders, and the ability to block out all of the unknown caller ringing always on your phone.

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on the red button to stop recording. 


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Published on Wed, 04 Dec 2019 12:00:13 +0000

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