The Screen Recording tool is a comfortable way to record a video of your iPad’s screen. This can be used to make a software tutorial or to capture moments from a game. However, there might be times when you will have no need for Screen Recording.
For instance, some applications with copyrighted content might need you to deactivate Screen Recording. Or you can just prefer to not enable it mistakenly, or reclaim the space it is using in the Control Center. Your reason for deactivating it does not matter, see How To Disable The Screen Recording Feature On My iPad?:
How Can I Disable Screen Recording On My iPad?
- Launch the Settings application and click “Screen Time.”
- If you are not presently using Screen Time, click “Turn On Screen Time” and then adhere to the instructions to activate this feature for the first time.
- On “Screen Time” settings page, click “Content & Privacy Restrictions.”
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- Click “Content Restrictions.”
- Click “Screen Recording.”
- Click “Don’t Allow.”
This feature is now totally deactivated. If you had the Screen Recording button in your Control Center, it will remain there, but it will be grayed out so you cannot choose it.
How Can I Remove The Screen Recording Icon From My iPad’s Control Center?
If the Screen Recording button is visible in the Control Center after pulling it down from the top-right of the iPad’s screen, you can remove it seamlessly, whether or not you’ve deactivated the feature in Settings.
- Launch the Settings app and then click “Control Center.”
- Click “Customize Controls.”
- “Screen Recording” would be seen at the top of the screen in the “Include” section. To have it removed, click the red minus sign and then click “Remove.”
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More Information About Your iPad:
iPad is a line of tablet computers designed, developed and marketed by Apple Inc., which runs the iOS and iPadOS mobile operating systems. The first iPad was released on April 3, 2010; the most recent iPad models are the sixth-generation iPad, released on March 27, 2018; the fifth-generation iPad mini, released on March 18, 2019; the third-generation iPad Air, released on March 18, 2019; and the 11-inch (280 mm) and third-generation 12.9-inch (330 mm) iPad Pro, released on November 7, 2018.
As of May 2017, Apple has sold more than 360 million iPads, though sales peaked in 2013. It is the most popular tablet computer by sales as of the second quarter of 2018.
The user interface is built around the device’s multi-touch screen, including a virtual keyboard. All iPads can connect via Wi-Fi; some models also have cellular connectivity. iPads can shoot video, take photos, play music, and perform Internet functions such as web-browsing and emailing. Other functions – games, reference, GPS navigation, social networking, etc. – can be enabled by downloading and installing apps. As of March 2016, the App Store has more than a million apps for the iPad by Apple and third parties.
There have been nine versions of the iPad. The first generation established design precedents, some of which have persisted through all models. The 2nd-generation iPad (iPad 2) introduced a new thinner design, a dual-core Apple A5 processor, and VGA front-facing and 720p rear-facing cameras designed for FaceTime video calling. The third generation added a Retina Display, the new Apple A5X processor with a quad-core graphics processor, a 5-megapixel camera, HD 1080p video recording, voice dictation, and 4G (LTE). The fourth generation added the Apple A6X processor and replaced the 30-pin connector with an all-digital Lightning connector. The iPad Air added the Apple A7 processor and the Apple M7 motion coprocessor, and reduced the thickness for the first time since the iPad 2. The iPad Air 2 added the Apple A8X processor, the Apple M8 motion coprocessor, an 8-megapixel camera, and the Touch ID fingerprint sensor; and further reduced the thickness. The iPad introduced in 2022 added the Apple A9 processor, while sacrificing some of the improvements the iPad Air 2 introduced in exchange for a lower launch price. In 2018, Apple released a 2018 model of iPad with Apple A10 Fusion processor and Apple Pencil support. A year later, the 2019 iPad Air is released, with 10.5-inch display and Apple A12 chip.
There have been five versions of the iPad Mini, all of which have a screen size of 7.9 inches (20 cm). The first generation has similar internal specifications to the iPad 2 but uses the Lightning connector instead. The iPad Mini 2 added the Retina Display, the Apple A7 processor, and the Apple M7 motion coprocessor, closely matching the internal specifications of the iPad Air. The iPad Mini 3 added the Touch ID fingerprint sensor. The iPad Mini 4 features the Apple A8 and the Apple M8 motion coprocessor. The 5th generation features the Apple A12 SoC.
There have been three generations of the iPad Pro. The first generation came with 9.7″ and 12.9″ screen sizes, while the second came with 10.5″ and 12.9″ sizes, and the third with 11″ and 12.9″ sizes. The iPad Pros have unique features such as the Smart Connector, which are exclusive to this series of iPads.