Written by Kaylee Wood | Last update: April 28, 2020
Apple’s iPhone supports screen mirroring an iDevice to another device without quality loss by using its Airplay feature. It is very useful if you want to record and make some tutorials about iPhones and the APPs, or showing some gestures on your iPhone into your live videos. But to do that, the first thing you should know is how to AirPlay iPhone to Mac. Here are hand guiding on two free methods to complete it, and you do not need to look tutorials elsewhere.
With 5KPlayer installed on Mac, it is no longer a difficulty to AirPlay iPhone to Mac wirelessly and without compromise in quality. 5KPlayer provides the easiest way to stream your screen content from iPhone to Mac and PC, and boost the screen recording feature to catch instant movements of your iPhone.
AirPlay is a proprietary protocol stack/suite developed by Apple Inc. AirPlay can help streaming video, audio, and picture from iPhone, iPad, Mac, etc. to Apple TV and third-party AirPlay-compliant devices and features in working over Wi-Fi. For the time being, Wi-Fi has the longest transmission distance, the largest coverage and is the most stable carrier in the IT field. Airplay by using Wi-Fi has several times the bandwidth of Bluetooth and has a greater hardware advantage over the Bluetooth transmission.
I do not know if you have noticed that AirPlay mirroring iPhone to Mac is not natively supported, here we compiled two tips to do it.
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