3 ways to capture whatever is on your iPhone’s screen


The first thing you’ll need to do is make sure the Screen Recording button is added to your iPhone’s Control Center. To do that, open the Settings app, select Control Center, and then tap the green button with the plus icon next to Screen Recording if it’s not already listed in the Included Controls section. 

Next, navigate to the app or screen where you want to start recording. If you have an iPhone that lacks a home button, swipe from the top-right corner of your screen to view Control Center. If your iPhone has a home button, swipe up from the bottom of the screen to access Control Center. 

Locate the Screen Recording button. You can tap on it to trigger a countdown timer to start recording your screen, or long-press on the button to display more options, including the ability to share your screen in a third-party app such as Twitch or Slack. If you just want to save your recording as a video file, select Photos from the list of apps. 

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Another option you’ll find on the options page is the ability to capture audio using your iPhone’s microphone. This would allow you to narrate what you’re doing if you’re trying to teach someone how to do something on their phone. 

When you’re done recording, you can either go back into Control Center and tap on the Screen Recording icon again (which will be red this time), or tap on the status bar at the top of your iPhone and then select Stop from the prompt.

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