How to record calls on iPhone

When working with phone calls, a lot of important information can end up being forgotten if it is not conveniently written down at the right time. For this reason, given the importance of certain calls — and the due consent of the act — recording them is always a great alternative to avoid losing essential details of what was discussed.

On the iOS App Store, there are a plethora of app options that can do this for you on the iPhone, but with a subscription charge — monthly or yearly, it’s up to you — so you can actually record a phone conversation. and download the recording file to your device.

So, in this tutorial, we will follow a path without involving a paid app, suggesting the use of an external recording device, such as a recorder, a computer or even another smartphone.

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Important: recording a conversation without the other contact’s consent is illegal. The tutorial is intended to present the resource as a form of entertainment.

Learn in the tutorial below how to record outgoing and incoming calls on your iPhone.

How to record calls on iPhone

Step 1: with an external recording device in hand—whether it’s a recorder, a computer, or another smartphone—start recording.

Step 2: when entering a call on your iPhone, click the audio icon.

Click on the audio icon. Screenshot: Lucas Wetten (Canaltech)

Step 3: in the options window that will open, click to activate the speakerphone function by clicking on “Speaker”.

Activate the handsfree function on your iPhone. Screenshot: Lucas Wetten (Canaltech)

Step 4: with the audio icon highlighted, the handsfree function will be active. Now, just bring your iPhone closer to the recorder, computer or other smartphone to record the call.

Bring your iPhone closer to your recorder, computer or other smartphone. Screenshot: Lucas Wetten (Canaltech)

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