Over 113 million smartphone users in the United States use iPhones. This makes up for close to 47% of smartphone users (just a little less than half). That's a lot of people using iPhones, and a majority of people using iPhones don't use their iPhones to their full capacities. iPhones have several features iPhone users often overlook, forget about, or don't know their phone has in the first place.
Screen recording is one of the many iPhone features iPhone users often forget about. Most iPhone users know how to take screenshots, but forget that the even handier screen recording tool is right at their fingertips. Screen recording also has an extra feature that is often not utilized either.
If you have never used the screen recording tool to record your iPhone screen as you game, scroll through a hilarious texting conversation, or show a tech issue as it is occurring, you should. I use it often when struggling to get through a finicky level or boss during my many mobile gaming adventures and to show others how to do fun, techy stuff like screen recording!
Note: this guide was done with iOS 14 and later; however, the process has not changed much over the years based on iOS versions. The process is dependent on the type of iPhone you have, because the way to access the control center is different with phones that use Touch ID versus Face ID.