Table of Contents
- Step-by-Step Guide to Record Your iPhone Screen
- Additional Tips for Screen Recording on iPhone
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Related Articles
There are times when you need to record what’s happening on your iPhone’s screen, be it for a how-to video, a walkthrough of your favorite game, or simply sharing something interesting with your friends. Whatever your need may be, this guide provides you with comprehensive steps to easily and effectively record your iPhone’s screen.
Step-by-Step Guide to Record Your iPhone Screen
Open the ‘Settings’ app on your iPhone.
Scroll down and tap on ‘Control Center.’
Inside ‘Control Center,’ tap on ‘Customize Controls.’
Look for ‘Screen Recording’ in the ‘More Controls’ section. Tap the ‘+’ button next to it to add it to the ‘Include’ section. The Screen Recording function should now be added to your Control Center.
Now, to record your screen, swipe up from the bottom of the screen (or down from the top right corner on iPhone X or later models) to bring up the Control Center.
Tap on the ‘Record’ button (it looks like a circle within a circle). You’ll see a countdown from 3, and then your screen recording will start.
To stop the recording, tap on the red status bar at the top of your screen (or the time in the top left corner on iPhone X or later models), then tap ‘Stop.’
The recording will be saved automatically to your Photos app. You can view, edit, and share it from there.
Additional Tips for Screen Recording on iPhone
- To record audio while screen recording, long-press on the ‘Record’ button in the Control Center before you start recording. This will bring up the Screen Recording options, and you can switch the ‘Microphone Audio’ on from there.
- Screen recording will capture notifications if they appear while you’re recording, so you might want to enable ‘Do Not Disturb’ or turn off notifications for certain apps to prevent them from appearing in your video.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How do I record the screen on my iPhone? To record your iPhone’s screen, you need to add the Screen Recording feature to the Control Center via Settings, then start and stop the recording from the Control Center. The recording is saved automatically to your Photos app.
Can I record audio while recording the screen on my iPhone? Yes, you can record audio while screen recording on your iPhone. Before you start recording, long-press the ‘Record’ button in the Control Center and switch on ‘Microphone Audio.’
Where do my screen recordings get saved on my iPhone? Screen recordings are automatically saved to your Photos app, where you can view, edit, and share them.
Can I edit my screen recordings on my iPhone? Yes, you can edit your screen recordings directly in the Photos app on your iPhone. You can trim the video, add filters, adjust the color balance, and more.
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- “Troubleshooting Common iPhone Screen Recording Issues”