22 iPhone Tricks You Didn’t Know You Could Do

– Record what’s happening on your screen with sound:

For years, the only way to record an iPhone’s screen was to download an app or via QuickTime on a MacBook. Those dark days are now over thanks to Apple finally introducing a native screen recorder in iOS 11. The tool can be found in Settings > Control Center > Customize Controls. Scroll down till you find Screen Recording and tap on the green plus sign.

iPhone X Screen Recording

Now that it’s in place, simply swipe up from the bottom of your screen (or down if you have an iPhone X) to open up the Control Center and tap on the circular Screen Recording button to get going. There’s another step involved if you want to record a voiceover. 3D Touch the same icon and a new window will open up where you’ll have to switch the Microphone Audio to on.

You can end the recording by tapping on the red bar at the top or bringing forth the Control Center and tapping on the Screen Recording symbol. All videos get sent straight to Photos. It would be a good idea to trim the video at this point and get rid of the excess bits at the beginning and end. Also, activate Do Not Disturb or Airplane Mode if you don’t want notifications messing with your clip.

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