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Easiest Way to iOS 13.1 AirPlay Mirroring on iPhone 11/iPad

Written by Amanda

You are welcomed to try iOS 13 AirPlay mirroring or any other features of iOS 13 as the new iPhone operating system was just announced in Apple September Event 2019. iOS 13, the most important part to any iPhone, brings higher efficiency and kinds of new features to Apple fans as expected. However, it is a very buggy version that iOS 13.1 has to be released to make up for that as soon as possible, but you are still suggested to draw feedbacks to Apple during iOS 13 AirPlay or other operations to help make the new operating system much stronger.

Best Tool for iOS 13 Screen Mirroring from iPhone (11) iPad to Mac/PC

To iOS 13.1 AirPlay mirroring iPhone iPad to Mac PC, you need an AirPlay server called 5KPlayer to wirelessly receive what you send from iPhone iPad on computer. Compatible with AirPlay stream from iPhone 11/11 Pro, XS Max, XS, X, XR, 8, 8 Plus, 7, 7 Plus and more, 5KPlayer will clearly display the screen contents without sacrificing any quality.

iOS 13 AirPlay Mirroring

How to Enable iOS 13 AirPlay Mirroring iPhone iPad to Mac/PC?

Note: 5KPlayer allows you to AirPlay mirroring iOS 13 to Windows 10/8/7 and Mac computer shipped with OS X Mountain Lion v 10.8 or later including the latest macOS Catalina.

Step 1: Free download the iOS 13 AirPlay server, install and launch it on your computer.

Step 2: Connect your iOS 13 iPhone or iPad device and computer to the same WiFi network.

Step 3: Swipe down from the top right corner of the screen of your iOS 13 iPhone or iPad to access the Control Center. If you have an iPhone 6S or newer, you can just use the 3D touch to firmly press the button to bring up the device list.

Step 4: Tap the Screen Mirroring on iOS 13 device and then choose the name of your computer to connect. Then, 5KPlayer will automatically receive the iOS 13 screen mirroring content and display it on Mac/PC immediately.

iOS 13 Screen Mirroring

Notice: The whole screen of your iOS 13 iPhone iPad is now showed on computer lively, and you can also use 5KPlayer to screen record iPhone iPad in case that the native iOS 13 screen recording not working issues happens.

How to Enable iOS 13 AirPlay Mirroring iPhone iPad to Apple TV?

iOS 13 mirroring to Apple TV is much easier without any third-party help.

Step 1: Connect your iOS 13 iPhone or iPad and Apple TV to the same WiFi network.
Step 2: Swipe down from the top right corner of your iOS 13 device screen to access the Control Center.
Step 3: Tap Screen Mirroring icon on your iPhone or iPad.
Step 4: From the list, tap the name of your Apple TV and then iOS 13 AirPlay mirroring flows.

Besides an AirPlay server for iOS 13 mirroring, 5KPlayer is actually a versatile media player that combines media streaming, video music playback and online video download into one. With this software, you can have an in-depth multimedia experience on your Mac/Windows computer.

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  • Directly send iPhone movies to Mac/PC no quality loss;
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