To screen record on an iPhone 11, follow these steps:
- Enable Screen Recording in Control Center: First, make sure that the Screen Recording feature is available in your iPhone’s Control Center. To check this:
- Open the “Settings” app on your iPhone.
- Scroll down and tap on “Control Center.”
- Look for “Screen Recording” in the list of included controls. If it’s not listed, tap “Customize Controls,” then tap the green plus (+) button next to “Screen Recording” to add it to the Control Center.
- Open Control Center: Swipe down from the top-right corner of the screen (or up from the bottom, depending on your iPhone settings) to access the Control Center.
- Start Screen Recording: In the Control Center, you should see a round recording button (a circle inside a circle). Tap the recording button to start recording your screen. A countdown of three seconds will appear before the recording begins.
- Record Your Screen: Once the recording starts, your iPhone will capture everything that happens on your screen, including your interactions with apps, notifications, and gestures.
- Stop Screen Recording: To stop the recording, tap the red recording indicator at the top of the screen or return to the Control Center and tap the recording button again. Alternatively, you can open the Control Center and tap the “Stop Recording” button.
- Save the Recording: After you stop the screen recording, a notification will appear, indicating that the recording was saved to your Photos app. You can find the recorded video in the “Photos” app under the “Recents” album.
Please note that screen recording is a built-in feature in iOS and does not require any additional apps to function. However, screen recording might not be available in some apps due to privacy and security restrictions.