If you have an iPhone you’re able to record your screen. That means you can record scrolling through twitter, a webpage or even screen record a face time chat if you want to. iPhone screen recording rolled out with an iOS 11 update and it is really easy to do.
Here’s how to screen record on your iPhone
Go to Settings > Control Centre > Customise Controls
You’ll see there are a list of various controls that you can add to your home screen. Scroll down to Screen Recording and tap the little green plus sign.
You’ve now added it to your control panel on your home screen.
How to record?
It’s really easy. Open your controls, hit the record button. You’ll have around 3 seconds before the phone starts recording and you’ll the time in the top right will be surrounded in a red bubble once the recording has started.
When you’re done recording just tap the time and you’ll be prompted to stop recording. The recording will be saved in your photos folder. A few things to keep in mind, if you don’t want pesky notifications to pop up during your recording make sure to put your phone in Do Not Disturb mode. You’ll also need to edit your video a little bit to clean up the start and finish – but this is easily done on your iPhone.
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