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Shirasaki

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i accidentally find two little things about iOS 10. Maybe some indications?
First one resides in Restirctions setting.
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So in the future we can record game play on iPhone without jailbreak? That would be extremely cool for us game lovers.
And this one however, is tricky.
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This "Apps in App Store" Siri suggestion is back in iOS 10, which was removed from one version of iOS 8 I remember?
 

vista980622

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i accidentally find two little things about iOS 10. Maybe some indications?
First one resides in Restirctions setting.
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So in the future we can record game play on iPhone without jailbreak? That would be extremely cool for us game lovers.
And this one however, is tricky.
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This "Apps in App Store" Siri suggestion is back in iOS 10, which was removed from one version of iOS 8 I remember?

The first is not a future feature. It is a new restriction toggle for ReplayKit (and perhaps tethered QuickTime Screen Recording), which has been introduced in iOS 9.
 
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Shirasaki

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The first is not a future feature. It is a new restriction toggle for ReplayKit (and perhaps tethered QuickTime Screen Recording), which has been introduced in iOS 9.
Hmm. I didn't notice that in iOS 9 restriction when using. But replay kit was introduced in iOS 9 yes. Hmm. I hope someday we can record the game on device, rather than using QuickTime on Mac, just like Windows 10 device does.
 
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vista980622

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Hmm. I didn't notice that in iOS 9 restriction when using. But replay kit was introduced in iOS 9 yes. Hmm. I hope someday we can record the game on device, rather than using QuickTime on Mac, just like Windows 10 device does.

Although I wish for that too, for now, it's up to the game's developer to implement screen recording.

There's also Vidyo, which creates a pseudo-AirPlay connection to allow screen recording for any app. Unfortunately it has been pulled from the App Store.
 
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