With iOS 11, there is a new feature which allows users to record the screens of their devices which is very useful when replicating issues to provide to support representatives.
Screen Recording allows you to not only record a video of what you’re doing onscreen but you can even narrate it, too.
Screen recordings get saved on your Camera Roll, like everything else. Head to the Photos app to view and trim your recording. One thing the screen recording does is put a red strip in the status bar at the top of your screen, which is unavoidable since it serves to remind you the screen recording is active.
If you want to remove it, though, there are a few video cropping apps you can use, but you’ll also lose the status bar.
Users can enable this feature by navigating to the Control Centre options within settings menu.
- Go to Settings.
- Scroll down to and Select Control Centre.
- Select Customise Controls.
- Select Screen Recording.
- To enable Screen Recording Swipe up into your Control Centre from the bottom of you device in any page or application to and select the Screen Recording icon to start recording.
- To stop your video you can either tap on the red top bar or swipe up from the bottom of your screen to stop the recording by selecting the Screen Recording icon again.