Apple recently released iOS 11/iOS 12/iOS 13 and now you have the ability to screen record on iPhone and iPad with out needing to download a third party application. Some people probably don’t know about this feature and we’ll providing steps below to learn how to record screen on iPad and iPhone for iOS 11/iOS 12/iOS 13.
Before the newest iOS release from Apple, you could only screenshot a picture on your device, but not record a screen in a longer format without having to take several screenshots. But now with the new iOS 11/iOS 12/iOS 13 screen recording built-in screen feature, you’ve get more control over how you can share screen with your friends and family. The following are some suggestions on the best ways to screen records on iOS 11/iOS 12/iOS 13.
How to turn on screen recording in iOS 11/iOS 12/iOS 13
- Turn on your device
- Select on Settings
- Select Control Center
- Tap on Screen Recording
- Get out of Settings
- Swipe from the bottom of the screen to access Control Center
- Select on Screen Recording to enable screen recording
Screen recording tips
It’s important to know that all content on your screen will be recorded when you start the screen record on iPhone and iPad. It’s possible to hide something from being shown like your phone carrier if you record screen while your iOS 11/iOS 12/iOS 13 device is in Airplane Mode.
Also, if you don’t want texts, notifications or alerts to appear when screen recording. Then it’s suggested that you put your device into Do Not Disturb so these things won’t show up when recording your screen.
You can also make your screen recordings look a lot better by editing it on thePhotos app by cutting out the first and last few seconds of the clip. This should be done because your screen records once you press the button all the way until you press it again. Thus some parts will be recorded that you don’t need in the video.