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Download iOS 13 for AirPlay 4K to Windows 10/Mac from iPhone 11

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How to AirPlay iOS 13 4K content to Windows 10/Mac? Will iOS 13 AirPlay roll out as shitty as iOS 12 AirPlay did when it came to Appletv and 3rd party software connection?

Instead of throwing big changes at each update, developers tend to give out a steady stream of smaller iOS updates every summer. And likewise, iOS 13 upgrade is so far rummored to have 72 new emoji added, and a redesigned apple music app, a web-browser-supported Apple Pay will be included in the newest version; dark mode and split screen support seem going to blend in the iOS 13 too. The upcoming iOS 13 will be also unprecedentedly difficult to jailbreak due to its built-in "Rootless". On top of those changes, iOS 13 is further reported to extend an olive branch to 3rd party app developers - a Siri SDK allowing them to build Siri support in their apps.


Since iOS 13 update is promised to give us a new and smoother Apple ecosystem to enjoy. Then how about iOS 13 AirPlay wireless streaming 4K videos & photos that we shoot using iPhone 11? Among all these shinning new features, iOS 13 AirPlay 4K videos is one of the biggest and common concern for us media streaming tech users and this article will let you know how to use iOS 13 AirPlay to Windows 10/Mac and see to it that the hidden possible iOS 13 AirPlay not working problems solved.

AirPlay iOS 13 iPhone 11/iPad Pro 4K Videos to Windows 10/Mac5KPlayer - the best iOS 13 AirPlay ready media player supports iOS 13 AirPlay to Windows 10/Mac from iPhone 11!

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iOS 13 AirPlay Mirroring on Windows 10/Mac:

Step 1: Download and open 5KPlayer on your Mac/PC first

Step 2: Connect your iPhone 11/iPad iOS 13 and Windows 10/8.1/8/7 or iMac/Macbook/Mac Air the same WIFI network;

Step 3: Swipe up from the bottom of the iOS 13 iPhone/iPad screen to visit the control center and click AirPlay. Select your target receiver;

Step 4: Enable Mirroring, and your iOS 13 iPhone/iPad Pro screen will show up on the computer screen.

Note: You can record your iOS 13 iPhone 711/iPad screen by clicking the recording button below.
*Click the button again to stop recording and the recorded video file will be automatically saved in your computer and categorized in the playlist for a tidy video-management.

Side note: Remember, iOS 13 AirPlay only supports video formats in MP4, MOV, M4V, make sure that you get an efficient converter to help with the format conversion.

5KPlayer AirPlay Mirror iOS 13 screen recording

AirPlay iOS 13 4K videos to Windows 10/Mac can be easily done with AirPlay ready 5KPlayer as is shown above. But in case that you want to stream other devices like AirPlay to a Windows 10 computer, free watch Netflix movie on TV, or even Chromecast AirPlay, 5KPlayer can offer its help also. And if you desire streaming them revertly, AirPlayit would be a great tool to complete the whole cycle.

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