Written by Kaylee Wood | Last update: April 28, 2020
Have some videos or audio stored on your iPhone X/8 and want to put them to the larger screen like a computer? Well if so you may have started to look for a proper cable to transfer contents from iPhone X/8 to Mac or PC. Why bother? You can simply stream movies, TV shows, music and songs on iPhone 8 to computer. No wires, no cluttering, no wait. You only need a shared wi-fi network. But how? Follow the tips on streaming for iPhone X/8 below.
You need 5KPlayer, a free and professional video streaming software, to turn your Mac or PC into an audio video receiver. With the comprehensive streaming for iPhone solution, you can stream movies, TV shows, live videos, music and songs etc on iPhone X/8/7/7 Plus/iPad iPad Pro to Mac/PC.
Step 1: Download and launch this iPhone audio video receiver on Mac (or just go to the windows version for windows users). Note to connect your iPhone and computer to the same Wi-Fi network.
Step 2: Go to Control Center on the display of your iPhone 8 and find AirPlay. Click AirPlay.
Step 3: Then you can see a list of AirPlay receiver options. You will see the name of your computer in the list. Tap it and click Done.
Step 4: Go Videos/Music app supported by Airplay on your iPhone 8 like Spotify and play the video or music you want to stream from iPhone X/8 to computer now. Then this streaming for iPhone software will play the video or audio that's currently playing on iPhone.
This streaming software also allows users to stream video music from iPhone X/8/7/7 Plus/SE/6s/6s Plus and iPad Pro to Mac/PC as detailed above, but also stream various videos on computer like MKV, AVI, FLV etc. to Apple TV. You should also note that 5KPlayer is far more than a media streaming software as it also integrates the features of a video player and online downloader. Obviously, it's worth a try for a sound reason.
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