How to Do Screen Recording on Your iPhone

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Are you looking for a way to record your iPhone screen? With the introduction of iOS 14, Apple now allows users to record their iPhone screen using the Control Center or the Screen Recording app. If you’re wanting to easily capture what’s happening on your iPhone screen, here’s how you can do it.

First, open the Settings app and navigate to Control Center. Then, tap on the Add button next to Screen Recording. This will add a screen recording icon to your Control Center.

Once you’ve added this feature to your Control Center, it will be available anytime you swipe down from the top of your display. To start recording, simply tap on the microphone icon and wait for the 3-second countdown. You can then begin recording whaever is happening on your iPhone screen – whether it be a game tutorial or something else entirely!

When you are finished recording, swipe down from the top of your display and tap on the Screen Recording notification that appears at the top of your display. This will stop the recording and save it in Photos for easy access later!

If you don’t want to use Control Center for this purpose, there is an alternative way of recording as well. Just open up App Store and search for “Screen Recording” – download and open this app and it will take you through all the steps necessary in order to start capturing what is happening on your phone screen!

Recording your iPhone screen is a great way to capture moments or show someone else exactly what is happening in an application or game. With iOS 14, it has become much easier than ever befoe – so go ahead and try it out today!

How to Do Screen Recording on Your iPhone 1

Recording iPhone Screen

Yes, you can record the screen of your iPhone using iOS 14 or later. To do this, go to Settings > Control Center, then tap the Add button next to Screen Recording. Open Control Center on your iPhone or iPod touch, or on your iPad, then tap Microphone. Tap Start Recording, then wait for the three-second countdown. After that, your iPhone will start recording and you can stop it at any time by tapping the red bar at the top of your screen.

Screen Recording Basics

To screen record, start by swiping down tice from the top of your phone’s screen. Then, locate and tap the Screen Record icon. You may need to swipe right to find it. Once you’ve selected what you would like to record, tap the Start button and a countdown will begin before the recording starts. To end your recording, simply swipe down from the top of your phone’s screen again and tap the Screen Recorder notification.

Does the iPhone 11 Have Screen Recording Capability?

Yes, the iPhone 11 has a screen recording feature. To access it, you’ll need to add the feature’s button to Control Center. First, open Settings and swipe down to Control Center. Scroll down to MORE CONTROLS and tap the green plus button next to Screen Recording. Once that’s done, you can find the Record button in Control Center and use it to record your iPhone’s screen.

Does the iPhone 12 Have Screen Recording Capabilities?

Yes, iPhone 12 does have Screen Recording. To use it, simply swipe down from the upper-right corner of the screen, eithr from the lock screen or when your iPhone 12 is unlocked. Then tap the Screen Record icon and wait 3 seconds for the recording to start.

Does iPhone Screen Recording Capture Audio?

Yes, iPhone Screen Recording does record sound by default. When you start a screen recording, the internal audio of your iPhone will be recorded automatically (if your ringer is on). Additionally, you can record your own voice during the screen recording by speaking into the microphone.


In conclusion, Screen Recording on iPhone or iPad is an easy and convenient way to capture what’s happening on the screen. With just a few taps in the Control Center, you can start recording your phone’s screen, allowing you to quickly share tutorials, gameplays, and other content with friends and family. Furthermore, you can also record audio from the microphone for voice-overs or podcasts. Whether it’s for work or play, Screen Recording makes it easy to capture whatever is happening on your device’s display.

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James Walker

James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.