Hi Guys Matt from 123myit here. In this video, we will show you how to record the screen on your iPhone or iPad. First, up, you need to add Screen Recording to the Control Centre. To do this go into Setting and then Control Centre. Scroll down and then tap the green plus next to Screen Recording. Scroll backup and should see that Screen Recording has been added to the Included Controls menu.
All right, let us show you how it works. Go back out of Settings and swipe down from the top right corner to access Control Centre. Here you can see the new Screen Recording button has been added. Tap and Hold to turn on your microphone if you want it to record your voice.
Capturing the action – Record Your Screen on iPhone
Let us capture some action. To start the Screen Recording swipe down from the top right hand corner and tap the screen-recording button. It will start Screen Recording when the three-second countdown ends. Next, close the control centre to pick up where you left off. Great Shot! When you want to stop recording. Go back to the Control Centre and tap the Screen Recording again. You Screen Recording will be saved to Photos. Tap edit to edit your Screen Recording and cut out the parts you do not want. When you finished tap done and you can save it as a new clip. When you are finished, editing you can share it with friends by tapping the Share button.
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IF you want to know how to get your iPhone or iPad to read certain text that appears on your screen. You need to use Speak Screen. To turn it on go to Settings > Accessibility and tap spoken content. Then toggle on Speak Screen. To start it up, just swipe down with two fingers from the top of the screen.
Getting your iPhone to read text to you is easy.
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IF you did not know already, scanning a QR code with your camera app is super easy. Just open up your Camera. Then point your iPhone or iPad at the QR code so it appears in the view finder.
Notification – QR code on iPhone
Then you should see the notification at the top of the screen. Just tap it and then it will forward you to the website you are after. See Super easy!
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Hi Guys and welcome to 123myit. In this video, we will show you how to use the Accessibility feature called Sound Recognition on your iPhone. This feature will allow your iPhone or iPad to listen out for certain sounds and notify you when it recognizes them.
Here is the Door Knock Notification. Let’s try it again.
Cool, lets go ahead and set it up. You can find it under Settings, Accessibility and Sound Recognition.
Just toggle the Sound Recognition button on at the top and then to select sounds tap sounds below.
My Favorites – Sound Recognition on your iPhone
In here, you have a whole heap of Sounds to try. My Favourites are Door Bell, Door Knock, Baby Crying, Shouting and Coughing. The idea is, let’s say you have a friend coming around to your house but don’t always hear the knock at the door. You could put your iPhone or iPad near the door and when they knock you would be notified on your iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch.
Once you turn on Sound Recognition for the first time. You can access it quickly from the Control Panel. So swipe down from the top on your device and then Tap to turn it on or off.
In your control panel you will see the new Sound Recognition button. Just tap it to turn it off and on. And then if you tap and hold you will be able to change which sounds you want your device to listen for.
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Hi guys and welcome to 123myIT. In this video, we will show you everything you need to know about the Apple iPad 8th Gen2020 in four minutes. Apple has released two different versions of the iPad and iPad Air. Pricing for the base model iPad starts around $329 USD and it comes in three different colours, Silver, Gold and Space Grey.
First up in the box you will find the iPad 8th Gen and the colour that we have is Space Grey. Next you get the documentation, Quick start guide, Warranty information and Apple stickers. Other accessories are USB C to lighting cable and a 20 watt USB C charging adapter. Twenty watts should charge the battery from empty to 50% in thirty minutes. Don’t quote me on that because it was hard to find any exact data on this. However Apple says you should get Up to 10 hours of surfing the web on Wi-Fi or watching video and 9 hours on Cellular models.
The 2020 iPad has a 10.2-inch LED-backlit Multi-Touch Retina Display with IPS technology. It has a 2160 by 1620-pixel resolution at 264 pixels per inch. And the display also has 500 nits of brightness which is fine. Here’s the viewing angels and stereo speaker test.
The display is also not laminated this means it has a small pocket of air between the LED display and the glass surface. This might make the touch feel a little less sensitive. But Unless you are use to an older iPad you might not even notice.
In terms of size this iPad is thicker than all previous models going back to the iPad Air 1. And you do notice this. Does it really matter though? Probably not.
Space for a Keyboard – iPad 8th Gen
On the bottom, you have 3 little dots which allows you to attach an Apple keyboard. However they are expensive and not that great to type on so you might be better off with a Logitech keyboard and I will leave an Amazon link in the description.
Around the back of the iPad we have the space grey finish with colour matched apple logo.
At the back of top we have an 8 megapixel camera with a f2.4 aperture and beside that one of the dual microphone pin holes. On the top right side you have Sleep Wake power button. Along with that the another microphone pin hole and headphone jack. Down the right side you have the volume up and down buttons. On the bottom you have a lighting port and stereo speakers.
Around the hardware
On the front bottom you have the all familiar Home button and it comes with finger print unlock. There is no face unlock on this model.
The top you have a 1.2 mega pixel FaceTime HD Camera with a f2.4 aperture. Not super outstanding but it does the job.
The biggest upgrade for the iPad 2020 is that it includes the A12 Bionic processor which is a 64-bit chip. A fast processor is important when playing games and videos or when generally moving around the iPad.
And for those that are interested in the Geek Bench 4 scores here is the single and multi core scores and compassion.
The Apple iPad 8th gen is a stock standard iPad with a fast processor. And would be perfect for most people. If you are doing design work however you might want to look at the iPad Pro model instead.
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Hi Guys and welcome to 123myit, in this video we will show you, how to setup Screen Time and reset your Screen Time passcode on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
With Screen Time you can access reports about how much time you and your kids spend on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, and you can also set limits. This video we will show you how to set up a Screen Time passcode and reset it if you have forgotten the Passcode.
Go to Settings and then Tap Screen Time. Once in there scroll down to Use Screen Time passcode. Next up type a Passcode you can remember. Cool you will need to enter an Apple ID. You will use this Apple ID to reset the Screen Time passcode. Also it stops your kids from resetting the screen time passcode for themselves.
Change Screen Time Passcode
Ok so you have set up a Screen Time Passcode, lets go in and change it. Tap on Change Screen Time passcode. And Tap it again. So this time we want to tap Forgot Passcode? And then we want to enter in our Apple ID. This will be the same passcode we entered earlier. Type it in and tap Ok. Enter a new Screen Time passcode. This will be the new passcode you will use from now on.
Awesome you have now setup and reset your Screen Time passcode.
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Hi Guys and welcome to 123myit, in this video we will show you, how to use Apple’s Reality Composer. Apple’s Reality Composer allows you to create and interact with Augmented Reality on your iPhone and iPad. This allows you to blend virtual content with the world around you.
In this video, we will show you how to download Reality composer.
Create a project
Select an Object
Add Looks and Behaviors
Place your Object in AR
Before you start make sure that the iOS version of your iPhone or iPad is 13.2 or later.
Lets get started.
To download Reality Composer go into the App store and search for Reality Composer. Download and open it to get started. Once you have it open tap the plus start a new Project. Next, you need to choose and Anchor.
You use an Anchor to place an Object in the real world. There are a few anchors to choose from. Want your Object to be placed on a table or floor choose Horizontal. If you want to place it on a wall use Vertical. Are using a movie poster, book, brochure or packaging choose image anchor. If you want a selfie effects such as virtual hats and glasses use the face anchor.
I am going to choose Horizontal. A square is the default Object lets delete it an add something more exciting. To delete tap and hold and then select delete. Cool, once that’s gone tap the Plus to open the Content library. Now you can select anything in here, but I am going to choose the rocket.
If you want to change the look of your Object. Tap your Object and select the Cog. You have heaps of options in here, go ahead and select whatever you like. I am going to go with the realistic version. To close it press the cog again.
Lets add some action to the Object. Tap the Object and then tap the more icon. Then select Behaviours. To create a new behaviour tap the plus icon.
A behaviour allows you to move, scale or add emphasis to your Objects. You can also create proximity triggers and other cool stuff. To make our rocket shoot upwards lets scroll down to custom. Make sure you select the Object first and then select the Trigger called Tap. Next select move rotate scale by to move the rocket upwards.
Now if you want to set the Rockets launch speed move the Duration slider to the left or right. Next select the ease type. Selecting this will make the rocket go faster as it lifts off. Select Ease in. Under Position tap clear and type in how high you want the rocket to go. I am going to type 500 as its in centimetres. Make sure you press Return. To give your Behaviour a new name tap more and name your Behaviour.
Ok let place our Rocket in the real world. I want to launch it off my wireless charger. Tap the AR button and move your iPhone or iPad side to side. If its too big pinch it to make it smaller and tap and drag to move it to the right spot. Sweet now hit the play icon to set it. And tap the Rocket to launch it! Houston we have lift off!
If you get stuck and your Rocket doesn’t fly. Go back into Behaviours and make sure you select your rocket and then choose Tap.
Hi Guys welcome to 123myIT! In this video, we will show you how to copy music from Android to iPhone, iPad and even iPod touch.
Guys this is the official way that Apple recommends to transfer you Music from Android to iPhone. However, you will need a computer to copy the music to first. Therefore, it can be a PC or a Mac.
If you need to transfer all your other files such as Contacts, Photos, Videos and Messages. I have already done a video for this and will put a link here.
The first step is to connect your Android device to your computer and find your music. On most devices, you can find these files in Music. On a Mac, you will need to install Android File Transfer, you can find the link on the 123myit.com website under downloads. Once you are on the Downloads page just scroll down to where it says, Android File Transfer. Then click on Download now and install the Android File Transfer software. Drag it across into your Applications folder. Once installed. Click on Go and Applications and open the Android File Transfer software. You might need to tap Allow on your Android device to give the computer access to your music folder. Close your windows and tap on the Android Transfer Software at the bottom of the screen.
Awesome you should now see the complete list of folders on your Android device. Find your music folder and drag it to the Computer desktop.
Unplug your Android
Once your music is copied, you can unplug your Android device you are finished with it now. Next, Plug in your iPhone iPad or iPod. Open up your Apple Music or iTunes. Then drag your Music folder from the Desktop into your Music or iTunes. Once that is done minimise your Music or iTunes app and the click on Go and Computer. Click on your iPhone and click on Pair if you have not done this already. Next click on the Music tab and put a tick in Sync music, then you can select Entire music library or you can do selected Albums. Once you are finished just click Apply, then go back into your iPhone and click Sync.
Cool, unplug your iPhone and check if your music copied across.
Copying the Music on PC
The process is the same on PC but you will need to download iTunes. Open up the Android device in Windows explorer and copy the music folder to your Computer Desktop. To download iTunes you can Google it or I have put a direct link on the 123myit.com website under Downloads. Just scroll down to where is says iTunes download.
Once installed you can open it up and remove your Android device. Plug in your iPhone and tap Trust. Drag your Music folder from the Desktop into your iTunes app. In iTunes click on your iPhone then select Music and again you will have the options to choose Entire music library or Selected Playlists. Once done click Apply then click Sync. Go ahead, remove your iPhone now, and check the Music has copied across.
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