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When there are some critical things on your iPhone 13 to be taken down, recording and saving them on your device is a great way. Maybe you are playing a game, want to show off something cool you can do with your new iPhone, or you are watching something that cannot be directly saved to your phone. The recording function can do you a favor.
In case you can't use this function due to some reason, we also give you the steps to screen record on iPhone 13 with third-party apps. Just read ahead, choose a recorder and follow the tutorials to start recording.
- How to Screen Record on iPhone 13
- Screen Record on iPhone 13 with Screen Recorder+
- Screen Record with Screen Recorder - Fast Recorder
- Bonus Tip. How to Screen Record on Windows and Mac
- FAQs about Screen Recording on iPhone 13
iPhone 13 has a built-in screen recorder feature. You can easily record your activities from your phone with this feature. All you need to do is enable the feature in the Control Center and make sure your phone is updated to iOS 15.
The recorder will count down from 3 before actually starting recording your screen. After recording, you can find the file in your camera roll and edit a voice recording. The following steps show you how to record iPhone 13 screen with a few clicks.
Step 1. First, you need to add the "Screen Recording" function to "Control Center". Just go to "Settings" > "Control Center" and tap "+" next to "Screen Recording".
Step 2. Next, go to the app or action you want to record and swipe to open "Control Center". Tap the screen recording icon to start recording. You can also click on the "Microphone" sign to record it.
Step 3. When you want to stop the screen recording, open "Control Center" and tap the screen recording icon again. By default, the recordings will be saved in the "Videos" album in the "Photos" app.
Besides the built-in iOS tool for screen recording, there is another feasible app to screen record iPhone 13 - Screen Recorder+ (also called RECGO). As one of the best apps to record screen on iPhone, it allows you to record game videos, apps, or video calls on your iOS device.
After recording your screen, you can use the powerful video editing features to edit the recordings. For example, you can crop and trim videos easily, add hundreds of music and sound effects to make your video more interesting, rotate your videos at 90-degree angles, etc. Now, let's see how you can use it to record the screen of your iPhone 13.
Step 1. Install Screen Recorder + on your iPhone and launch it.
Step 2. Go to the window you want to record, click "Start Recording", tap "Continue" and "Start Broadcast". Then the screen will be recorded for 3 seconds.
Step 3. Once you want to stop recording, click the red box. And tap "Stop Broadcast" to stop the recording. The recordings saved can be found easily in the next interface.
Screen Recorder - Fast Recorder is the last mobile app we want to introduce to you. This application stands out in the list of best iOS screen recorders. It's a reliable and popular screen recorder for iPhone users. With this app, you can not only record the screen but also edit your recorded copies to trim, crop, add music, insert text, and more.
In addition, it lets you extract recorded files as GIFs, making them easier to share on social platforms. Note that it is only compatible with iOS 11.0 or later. If your iPhone is not running with these systems, it may not work. Now, let's take a look at how to operate it correctly.
Step 1. Download and install the app on your iPhone.
Step 2. Open the window you want to record, and launch the app by double-clicking.
Step 3. Choose "Screen Recorder" or "Voice Recorder" based on your needs and click on the red button to start.
Step 4. When you recorded the content you wanted, click the red button again to stop recording.
If you want to record the screen of your Windows and Mac computers, the apps mentioned above are helpless. In this case, you will need EaseUS RecExperts. As screen recording software, it can record full screen on Windows 10, record a specific window, record the webcam with audio, record the microphone, and even record the webcam.
All in all, it records all the things you want. Moreover, it can be used to take a partial screenshot on Windows at any time you want. Since it is designed for people without professional skills, you can handle it even have no experience in screen recording. Now, let's see what else it can do for you.
- Record a Zoom meeting without permission
- Screen record on HP laptop in one click
- Record gameplay and webcam at the same time
- Play third-party videos and audio smoothly
- Trim or cut a video after recording
Here we gathered some questions related to screen recording on iPhone 13. Check the answers.
1. How do I screen record?
This depends on what devices you are using. If you are using an iPhone, you may try the default screen recorder or the apps we give you in this article. However, if you are using a Windows or Mac computer, you may download and use EaseUS RecExperts.
2. How do I secretly record on my iPhone 13?
You may use the built-in screen recorder to do so. Just follow the steps below:
- 1. Enable screen recording in "Control Center".
- 2. Open "Control Center" with a swipe up from the Home screen. Click on the red button to start.
- 3. When you want to stop recording, just click on the red button again.
In this tutorial, we showed you how to screen record on iPhone 13, Windows, and Mac computers. Just pick one tool you like to use. For Windows and Mac users, we suggest you download and use EaseUS RecExperts since it can record your screen and edit the recordings simply.
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