Last Updated on Oct. 13, 2021 |Screen Mirroring
If you want to enjoy a larger screen, try to mirror your iPhone on the MacBook! In the article below, you will learn some of the best ways to do so.
If you want to enjoy your content on a larger screen, mirroring your iPhone on the MacBook may be an option for you. iPhone has these fancy features of screen-recording and screen-mirroring that allow you to stream your iPhone’s screen on your laptop. The AirPlay feature, which will be introduced with iOS 15 and macOS Monterey, can easily help you put your iPhone screen on the MacBook.
Do you want to learn about this new feature? Are you also wondering what you should do before iOS15 and macOS Monterey are released? The answers are in the article below. Check them now so that you can enjoy a larger screen for your content on the iPhone.
AirPlay is one of the coolest features for your Apple devices that allows you to mirror their screen to a TV with the same feature. With the introduction of iOS 15 and macOS Monterey, this feature gets even cooler by adding in the function of mirroring your iPhone on the MacBook. Let’s see how it works so that you are prepared for it when they are released.
Easy and done! Now you just need to tap out of the list and the Control Center, select a video and enjoy it on your Mac.
If you fail to use Airplay to mirror iPhone to MacBook, why not try a powerful iPhone mirroring tool. AnyMirror allows you to mirror your iPhone on your Mac with a few clicks. There are no technical requirements. These are why you need AnyMirror to mirror your iPhone on MacBook:
Search AnyMirror in App Store and tap GET to download it on your iPhone/iPad. Then, download AnyMirror on Mac/Windows computer.
1. Launch AnyMirror on the computer and connect your iPhone with a USB cable > Choose Screen Mirroring on your computer and tap on OK.
2. Select Screen Mirroring mode on your iPhone > Select USB > Click the Start button >Click Start Broadcast button.
When your iPhone is detected successfully by AnyMirror, then you can go to any screen that you want to mirror to the computer.
Please make sure you’ve installed iTunes on the computer to help detect iPhone/iPad.
Since macOS Monterey has yet to release, you can’t use AirPlay currently to mirror your iPhone on the MacBook. However, this doesn’t mean there are no ways to do it. In fact, you can still use the QuickTime feature to screen mirror your iPhone to MacBook. Here are the steps on how to do so:
With the above steps, you should be able to see your iPhone screen on the MacBook. The disadvantage of using this method is that you can’t do it wirelessly. You must use a cable to connect your iPhone to your laptop.
However, this method has an extra feature of recording that allows you to capture a video of your iPhone screen on the MacBook. Simply click the Record button to start recording and click the Stop button when finished. It can be very helpful if you want to record a demonstration of your operations on the iPhone.
If you have already updated your iPhone to iOS 15 but still can’t AirPlay it to the MacBook, don’t worry! It’s not something wrong with your new iOS. It’s just that this AirPlay feature requires both iOS 15 and macOS Monterey. Keep your patience while waiting. Once the macOS Monterey is released, you are good to go with AirPlay. For now, you can try the QuickTime method to see if it works. When using QuickTime Player, make sure your iPhone is properly connected to and trusted by the MacBook. Otherwise, it won’t work.
If you are willing to download some third-party apps, such as AirServer, you would be able to mirror your iPhone to your Mac using Bluetooth. Otherwise, you must wait for the release of macOS Monterey. Please note that many of these third-party apps are not free. However, if you want to give it a try, here’s how to mirror your iPhone to Mac with AirServer:
Now, you should be able to see your iPhone screen on the Mac.
Have you tried the methods mentioned above? Does it allow you to enjoy your content better? Mirroring your iPhone on the MacBook is a fancy feature. Being able to use AirPlay in the future can make it even better. If you still have any questions about this topic, please feel free to comment below.
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