This post will walk you through utilizing the preloaded screen record feature in new iPhones running on the latest iOS version. Here’s a quick guide to screen record on iPhone SE 3 and other iPhones in iOS 15.5.
iOS 15 Screen Record
Your iPhone allows you to record any part of the screen that you’d like. It’s like making a video clip out of the iPhone screen/interface you’re navigation.
When activated, everything that you do on your iPhone including apps that you open, files you edited, documents you’ve read will be recorded using the built-in camera app in video mode and will be saved in a dedicated storage in iOS.
Screen recording in iPhones is fairly simple. All you have to do is tap the screen recording icon from the control center whenever you’re all set to start the recording.
The concept is similar to that of video recording only that it’s the iPhone screen that’s being recorded instead of other subjects or scenes.
If you’re new to the iOS platform and you’re wondering how to record your iPhone screen, this post will walk you through the entire process. Feel free to use this guide whenever needed.
Steps to Screen Record on iPhone SE 3
The new iPhone SE 3 comes with an in-built screen recorder feature that you can use to record the screen without using any third-party applications. The screen recorder is typically lined up among other shortcuts from the iOS Control Center.
Just follow these steps whenever you’re all set to start recording the screen of your iOS device.
Step 1: First, launch the Control Center by swiping down from the top-right of the screen. Different controls or shortcut icons will load up on the panel.
Step 2: Find and then tap on the Screen Recorder icon. Just look for the white dot icon inside a circle. Tapping on this icon will instigate a countdown.
Step 3: Wait for the countdown to finish and your phone will start the screen recording. Just record the screens that you want to include in the recording.
Step 4: When finished, tap on the time to stop the recording. Doing so will automatically save the recording in Photos.
To access and manage your screen recordings, just open the Photos app then find the recording that you’d like to edit or manage.
There is also an option for you to add necessary changes or adjustments to your recording, share a recording to other devices and platforms, and delete those that are no longer useful.
Deleting old and unused screen recordings is recommended to free some space of your iPhone storage.
Add Sound to Screen Recording
By default, the iOS screen recording feature records internal audio for as long as the iPhone is set to ringer mode.
External voice or sound can also be included in the screen recording for as long as the microphone is turned on.
If your recording doesn’t have a sound, there’s a good chance that you haven’t embedded sound in your recording in the first place.
To address this matter, simply enable the microphone on your iPhone.
To do this, just hold down the screen recording icon from the Control Center and then tap the Microphone icon from the pop-up window.
Turn on the microphone then tap Start Recording to instigate screen recording with audio embedded. It should say Microphone On.
Note: Make sure that Photos is selected so that your recording will be saved to Photos.
Add Screen Recording to Control Center
Screen recording, sometimes referred to as screen capture is a smartphone feature that allows you to record video and audio playing on your device.
Apple offers a free tool to screen recording with or without sound on an iOS or iPadOS device.
In order to use this feature, you need to manually enable screen recording in your Control Center.
If you don’t see the Screen Record icon from the Control Center, then you will need to enable and add it manually through the iOS settings. And here’s how it’s done on the iPhone SE 2022:
Step 1: First, open the Settings app by tapping on the Gear icon from the Home screen of your iPhone.
Step 2: In the iOS Settings menu, find and then tap Control Center. On the next screen, you will see a list of features and apps that you can add shortcuts to the Control Center.
Step 3: Scroll down to the More Controls section and then tap the Plus (+) sign before Screen Recording.
Doing so will add the Screen Recording shortcut on the Control Center of your iPhone. You will also see Screen Recording added in the list of Included Controls.
Other Ways to Screen Record on iPhone
Aside from the pre-installed screen recorder, you can also use third-party apps to record on your iPhone.
There are plenty of nice screen recording apps you can use for your iPhone SE 3. Just head over to the App Store and do a quick search on which app to use.
Tagged among the top-rated iPhone screen recording apps include Vmaker, GoRecord, Record it! Screen Recorder, TechSmith Screen Recorder, ApowerREC, QuickTime Player, and ScreenFlow, to name a few.
And that’s all about screen recording on the latest iPhone SE 3rd generation and other iPhones with the iOS 15.5 system platform.
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