The New iPhone 14: How to Record Calls

The New iPhone 14: How to Record Calls

Have you ever wished you could record a call on your iPhone? Whether it's for business purposes or simply to keep a record of an important conversation, the ability to record calls can come in handy. Luckily, with the release of iOS 14, that's now possible! In this blog post, we'll show you step-by-step how to record calls on your iPhone 14 or 14 Pro.

Step 1: Go to Settings on your iPhone.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap Phone.

Step 3: Tap Call Recording.

Step 4: Turn on the toggle for Allow Calls to be Recorded.

Step 5: Now, when you make or receive a call, you'll see a record button in the top-right corner of the screen. Simply tap this button to start recording the call.

When you tap Record, the other person on the call will be notified that the recording has begun, as required by law in some countries and states. If you can't see the More button, it means that your carrier doesn't support call recording.

To stop recording, open Control Center and tap the red recording indicator at the top right of the screen, then tap Stop. Or go to the Phone app, tap Recents, find your call, then tap the More button and select Stop Recording.

The recordings are automatically saved in iCloud Drive in an Encrypted folder called "Recordings." You can share them from there or play them back any time you want. recordings expire after 180 days unless you choose to keep them by tapping Keep in iCloud Drive. Other people with access to that Encrypted folder can also see your recordings.

That's all there is to it! Now you know how to take advantage of this new feature on your iPhone 14 or iPhone 14 Pro. Call recording can be a useful tool in a variety of situations, so make sure to start utilizing it today. And if you're having any trouble with your new device, don't hesitate to contact TechMonk—we're always happy to help with all your Apple needs!

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