Last Updated on Oct. 13, 2021 |Screen Mirroring
Have you ever wondered how to screen mirroring your iPhone to a PC so that it’s easier to show others what happens on your phone? The article below provides you with some easy methods for you to do so.
If you ever need to show some operations on your iPhone to other people, screen mirroring your iPhone to a PC is a good choice. By doing so, you can have a much larger screen to show real-time content on your iPhone without impeding your operations on it.
Either you are teaching your family member how to use an iPhone, or your colleagues need to see content on your device, screen-mirroring can make this process easier and fancier.
In this article, you will be able to learn how to mirror your iPhone to PC via Reflector and AirPlay Service and find answers to some frequently asked questions about sharing iPhone content to PC. Now let’s go through them together below!
Perhaps, you can use Airplay to mirror the iPhone screen to a Mac computer, but what if you want to screen mirror the iPhone to a computer with a Windows system? If there is no effective method, why not try a professional iPhone mirroring tool – AnyMirror – which allows you to mirror your iPhone on your PC with a few clicks. It can mirror your iPhone screen with synchronized audio in high quality. These are why you need AnyMirror to mirror your iPhone on PC:
Step 1. Download and Install AnyMirror on your Computer and your iPhone
Search AnyMirror in App Store and tap GET to download it on your iPhone/iPad and Download AnyMirror on PC.
Step 2. Connect your iPhone to the computer with a USB cable
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.
Step 3. Mirror iPhone to MacBook Successfully
When your iPhone is detected successfully by AnyMirror, then you can go to any screen that you want to mirror to the computer.
If it is the first time that you connect iPhone to the computer you need to click “Trust” on your device. Please make sure you’ve installed iTunes on the computer to help detect iPhone/iPad.
Since Windows PC currently doesn’t support AirPlay service, you need to download an app to screen mirror your device to your PC. A very useful app to do so is the “Reflector.” It also provides you with a free trial for you to try out the service. Here’s how to use “Reflector” to screen mirror your iPhone:
Now you should be able to cast the screen of your iPhone onto your PC.
If you feel Reflector is not your choice, you can also try another software called “AirDroid Cast” which allows you to use the AirPlay service on your iPhone with your Windows PC. It provides different levels of services which you can choose from and offers you an option to purchase monthly subscriptions. Here’s how to use this software:
Done! Wait until your iPhone is connected to your PC, and you should be able to screen mirror your device to it.
Unfortunately, AirDrop can only be used on Apple devices. Currently, no Windows or Android system supports AirDrop.
First, you need to make sure that the Bluetooth feature on your iPhone is turned on. After that, you can follow the below steps to connect your iPhone to Windows 10:
If there’s a screencast feature in your video app, you can screencast it easily with that feature. For example, in YouTube, here’s how to screencast a video:
Currently, there’s no such solution to mirror your iPhone to PC without downloading any software. However, if you prefer not to download anything to your PC, you can choose to download some software with a similar function to your iPhone.
With the screen-mirroring function of your iPhone, sharing content on your device becomes much more convenient. You should be able to enjoy this feature with the methods mentioned above. If you still have any problems with it, please feel free to comment below.
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