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Photo: Apple Apple’s SharePlay was one of the features that didn’t make it to the final iOS 15 release . But now, with iOS 15.1 , it’s out for all iPhone and iPad users (macOS Monterey will receive the update later in the Fall). And it lives up to the hype. Similar to Netflix Watch Party , SharePlay is Apple’s screen, media, and app sharing feature for FaceTime. The feature even extends to third-party apps—for example, using the Apollo app, you can browse Reddit with your friends, watching GIFs and highlighting comments as you go along. Using SharePlay, you can play music and movies, and everyone in the call can watch and control the playback. You can finally share your screen on a FaceTime call as well. Here’s how it all works. How to share your iPhone or iPad screen using SharePlay on FaceTime Before you get started, make sure that your iPhone or iPad is updated to iOS 15.1. The same goes for the people you’re calling. Then, just place a FaceTime audio or video call as you normally would. You’ll see a new banner control panel at the top during the call. Tap the last SharePlay icon (it looks like a rectangle with a person icon), and choose the “ Share My Screen ” option. The other party will get a notification asking if they want to join the screen sharing. Once they tap the “ Open ” button, they’ll see what’s on your screen. When you […]