How to Mirror an iPhone Screen to Your Mac or MacBook Wirelessly — Sometimes we need to demonstrate something that we usually do in iPhone. It’s easy if we just need to demonstrate it to one or two people. We can show them one by one in person. But, there will be a problem when we need to demonstrate it to a group of people. Of course we’ll be so tired if we must show to all of them one by one. As the solution we can mirror it to our MacBook. Don’t worry, you don’t need to have any other hardware accessories to mirror your iPhone because we can do this wirelessly.

So, here are the steps of How to Mirror an iPhone Screen to Your Mac or MacBook Wirelessly

  1. Visit Reflector on your MacBook browser.
    How to Mirror an iPhone Screen to Your Mac or MacBook Wirelessly
  2. Click the Download button to download it for your MacBook.
  3. Wait for a while until the download process is finished. Once Reflector has been downloaded, you can start to install it.
  4. After Reflector has installed, open it. You can do it by clicking the icon of Reflector on the right side of toolbar line near the battery status indicator or you can manually find it with Command + Space.
  5. Now, take your iPhone. On your iPhone, swipe down the screen when it is on the standby screen.
  6. Tap the Screen Mirroring option.
    How to Mirror an iPhone Screen to Your Mac or MacBook Wirelessly
  7. Wait for a moment while your iPhone tries to detect your MacBook. After your MacBook is detected, tap it and your iPhone will be mirrored on your MacBook.
    How to Mirror an iPhone Screen to Your Mac or MacBook Wirelessly
  8. Now, your iPhone is being mirrored to your MacBook.

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