Apple has made its devices extremely user-friendly by inculcating built-in features so that users don’t have to download a third-party app. Screen Recording is one of these built-in features to record the screen easily. Before trying the record, the device’s screen, make sure you have iOS 11 or later running.
In this guide, we will show you how to Record iPhone or iPad’s screen with the built-in recording feature.
Recording Screen in iPhone or iPad
First, you need to enable the feature by adding it to your Control Center. To do so, tap on
Settings > Control Center > Customize Controls > Find “Screen Recording” in the list of features and tap on the green plus sign.
Screen Recording feature will now be added to the Control Center from where you can access it by just one tap. Next, follow the steps mentioned below to learn how to screen record in iPhone or iPad:
- First, you need to go to the screen where you want to begin recording.
- Then launch “Control Center” by swiping up from the bottom of the screen if you’re using an old Apple device. Or swipe down from the upper right corner of the screen to pull down the Control Center if you have an iPhone X or later.
- Now tap on the “Record” button
- Once you have tapped on the button, a three seconds countdown will begin before the recording starts.
The pill-like red shape with time on it indicates that the screen is recording. To stop the recording, tap on the red time indicator at the top left corner of the screen and tap on “Stop”. Your recording will be saved in the Photos app from where you can edit and share it with anyone.