Record iPhone and iPad screen in your Mac: Without app

let’s learn here Record iPhone and iPad screen. After continuously update on Mac OS X, recently Mavericks updated with Yosemite. In Yosemite, screen recording process has been change quietly. So here you can learn how to take or capture iPhone and iPad screen in your Mac or PC. Here you don’t need to buy or download any third party app from app store. Simply, connect your iPhone and iPad with your Mac or PC and follow the below step to start video/ audio or screen recording.

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Step to record iPhone and iPad screen in your Mac: Yosemite

Step 1

Connect your iPhone or iPad using lighting cable to your Mac. And Launch QuickTime in your Mac.

Step 2

On QuickTime menu inside the file option, Choose New Screen recording or press Control + Cmd + N key.Launch QuickTime and start recording screen from File menu

Step 3

Now you can see one more Window, to start recording. From there you have to press red record button. And tap on dropdown arrow for more option like.

  • Which Microphone should be use or Capture mouse click or notStart Screen recording - Record iPhone and iPad screen in your Mac Yosemite

Step 4

When your recording completed, you have to save it manually where you want.

Save and store: Record iPhone and iPad screen as a video, Audio or screenshot

Go to the File menu of QuickTime > Save (Cmd + N).

Now you can see the popup where you want to store,

Enter name of file, and location where you place and save there.Save your recorded video in hard disk with Name

Alternate way to record iPhone and iPad screen with extra features and editing tools

If you want extra sound effect and picture quality with some editing tools. Then I recommend Reflector app for Mac. For that you have to purchase it from Apple store in just $9.99.

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Using Airplay feature in reflector, you can share your iOS device with Mac on Wi-Fi network.

Don’t miss to share with us, which inbuilt techniques and other third-party app you are using now a days, To Record iPhone and iPad screen running on iOS 8/ iOS 7 or older.

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Karly Wood

Karly Wood, a Wellington-based journalist, excels in covering Apple and tech trends. With a diverse background in public safety, government, and education reporting, her insights bridge multiple disciplines, offering readers a well-rounded perspective on today's technological advancements. Contact Her Team:- [OR]

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