Have you ever been in a situation where your patience ran out while explaining certain steps of a tutorial to your friends or family members? Apple now has a solution for this. That’s right, with iOS 11 you’ll be able to record your screen locally and share it with your friends so they can understand what you’re trying to convey instead of adding confusion by sending them a series of screenshots. Although you can record the screen in previous versions of iOS, you must connect your iPhone or iPad to a Mac or PC. Fortunately, iOS 11 brings a native screen recording solution. Well, without further ado, let’s take a look How to view recording in iOS 11:
Enable Screen Recording in iOS 11
note: I tried this on an iPhone 7 Plus and an iPhone 6 running the latest iOS 11 beta 1 for developers, so this should work for you too.
The screen recording feature is built right into iOS 11’s Control Center. By default, the toggle is invisible and therefore you need to add it to the Control Center before you start using this nifty feature. So, to do this, simply follow the steps below:
go Settings Tap the app on your iOS device and tap on it. “Control Center”. Once inside, scroll down a bit and tap on it. “+” symbol right next to Screen Recording To add it to your Control Center.
Record Screen in iOS 11
After enabling Screen Recording in Control Center, you can swipe up from the bottom of your iPhone to call up Control Center. You will notice that. switch for screen recording, as shown in the screenshot below. Tap once to start recording what you want.
The screen recording icon will be red while recording. and a blue bar showing the elapsed time will be displayed at the top of the screen. If you want to stop recording, tap this blue bar and bass “Stop” or tap the toggle button again.
If you are using iPhone 6s/6s Plus or iPhone 7/7 Plus, 3D Touch feature this can be used for screen recording transition. You can force tap the toggle for enable or disable your device’s microphone sound. So, if you want to record something with your voice, you can definitely do it.
The recorded video file can be accessed from the Photos App. In this application, you can even trim the unnecessary parts of the recorded video. This is very important as every record starts with your Control Center.
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Easily Record Screen in iOS 11 on Your iPhone or iPad
Well, after adding the toggle button to your Control Center, this will be the easiest way to record your device’s screen. With easy control over the microphone’s audio and video length, the user has full control over what they’re recording. We’ve been waiting a long time for Apple to implement this feature directly into iOS, and it certainly looks like it’s worth the wait.
So, are you ready to try screen recording yourself? Let us know how the process went by capturing your feedback in the comments section below.