Among the long feature set within iOS 11, I have my heart on the screen record feature, and so does the social media. The feature was first discovered when the OS was still in beta, and one of the developers had spotted it. And now, the feature is live, and believe me when I say, and pardon my social media lingo, the feature is LIT. Also Read - PUBG New State receives over 17 million pre-registrations as closed alpha testing endsAlso Read - iPhone selling in LG stores? Apple is apparently in talks for a new deal
For everyone who wants this feature on their iOS 11-running device, here s a quick drive through the process. It is quite simple really. Head to Settings, and scroll down to choose Control Centre. Tap on Customise Controls. Now, you have the tab where you can add and remove the app shortcuts you want handy. Also Read - Apple CEO Tim Cook claims iOS is more secure than Android
Remove any app if you need by tapping on the red subtract icon, or else just scroll down and you ll see a bunch of apps that you can add as shortcut on your control centre. About one scroll down you ll notice a new Screen Recording control option, add that by tapping on the green add icon on its left. ALSO READ: iOS 11 roll out: Social media can t get over the new screen record feature
Now, just pull up your Control Centre, and you ll now notice the new Screen Recording icon there. To begin recording, tap on the icon, and there will be a red strip on the top of the screen, which will indicate that the recording has begun. Sadly that red strip shows in your screen recordings too, but it s not so bad. ALSO READ: Apple iOS 11 roll out: List of compatible devices and how to install the OS
Once you hit the recoding button, you will have a buffer time of three seconds, so you can quickly head to the page or app where you want to start record. There doesn t seem to be any limit to the length of the recording. Once you are done, pull up the control panel again, and tap on the record button, and your screen record will be saved in your Camera Roll.
If you need to make any changes to the recording you can crop the video right within the Camera Roll. You can also export it to iMovie for a more detailed editing. FIN. ALSO READ: Apple watchOS 4 rolled out: What s new and how to install it