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Quickly record a video from the screen of your iPhone or iPad with just a few taps



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The Screen Capture button turns red when your screen is captured.


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Recording your iPhone or iPad screen is incredibly useful whether you're nearing the rewarding conclusion of your favorite Apple Arcade game and you document if you are trying to further assist a loved one in setting up a new app. And it is also very easy to do.

Of course, you can still take screenshots and his tools to draw something on your screen and take notes, but there are times when a recording – complete with audio – is the better route. You must have iOS 11 or a later update installed on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch but that is the only requirement.

Before you can start using the new screen recorder tool, you must first add the function button to the Control Center. On your iOS device, go to Settings> Control Center> Customize Controls and then tap the green plus button next to Screen Capture.

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The Screen Recorder button displays a countdown (showing "2") after it is selected, allowing you to start recording to the desired app or screen.


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Record your screen

After adding the shortcut, start to open Control Center. On iPhones older than the iPhone X ($ 900 at Boost Mobile) like the iPhone SE you can get there by swiping up from the bottom of the screen. On newer iPhones, swipe down from the top right corner of the screen.

Tap the button Screen capture causing a countdown inside the button, then the button turns red to indicate what is being captured on your screen.

You know when your screen is recording, because there is either a red bar at the top of your screen (on older iPhones) or the time has a red marker behind it (on newer iPhones). Tap the red button or bar to stop recording.

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If you long press you can choose to enable audio recording so you can tell your video.


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Spice up a recording with audio

Okay, but what if you want to show someone how to use a feature or run into a bug you keep coming across? Well, you can turn on your phone's microphone and have it record as long as a screen recording session is active.

To enable it, open the Control Center and long press the Screen Capture button. A new menu will appear with a switch to turn on your microphone at the bottom. Tap the Microphone Audio button, it turns red, then select Start Recording .

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The Screen Capture button turns red when your screen is captured.


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OK, I made a recording … 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 via messages, email or even post to your favorite social network.

Apple provided the option to record your screen in iOS 11 a few years ago, but iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 both released last year brought more important additions. The new features include a dark mode an improved Reminders app and the ability to prevent all unknown callers from ever ringing your phone .


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