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Screen Mirroring

How to wirelessly mirror iPhones and iPads running iOS 10 to your computer

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Wirelessly sharing your iPhone or iPad screen to your Mac or PC is simple with iOS 10.

All you need is our Reflector 2 software ($14.99) running on your Mac or PC. If you are already a Reflector 2 user, you’re good to go! Just make sure you are updated to the latest version of Reflector 2.

Step One
Make sure your iOS 10 device and your computer running Reflector 2 are connected to the same network.

Reflector 2 - Same Network

Step Two
Open the Reflector software on your computer.

Reflector 2 - Open

Step Three

After unlocking your iOS 10 device, swipe up from the bottom of the screen to reveal the control center.

Reflector 2 - iPhone Control Center

Step Four

The iOS 10 control center is slightly different than predecessors. You're now able to scroll left and right through the control center to reveal more options. For screen mirroring, you need to be on the first screen.

iOS 10 Control Center

Step Five

Tap the AirPlay Mirroring icon to reveal the AirPlay list.

Reflector 2 - AirPlay Menu

Step Six
Select your computer from the list.

Reflector 2 - Mirroring

That’s all! There are no more steps. We promise. Wirelessly mirroring your iOS 10 device to your Mac or PC is that simple. Anything you do on your mobile device will appear on your computer.

Pro tip: You can mirror multiple iOS devices to your computer at the same time. Simply repeat steps three through six for each device you want to connect. 

Bonus Pro tip – Recording iOS 10 devices: Once an iOS 10 device is connected to Reflector, you will see a “Record” button in the top left corner of the mirrored device screen on your computer. Simply click that button to begin recording your session.

10/4/2017 UPDATE: How to screen mirror iOS 11 iPads and iPhones:

 

Upgrade to AirParrot 2 for Uninterrupted Screen Mirroring
How to Record iOS 10 iPads and iPhones

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