The following info comes from a worker describing how they record an iOS device from a Windows PC
Userbob asked me to post a how-to on how I did an iOS mobile hit with a windows PC. I usually do android hits but had borrowed an iPhone for this one. It was super tricky but once I had it figured out, not bad at all.
You will need 3 programs.
Mirroring 360 (or an alternative mirroring program, esp if you can find a free one!)
Mirrors Assist App for iPhones
So first thing. Download a program called Mirroring 360 at http://www.mirroring360.com/#download-section
This program unfortunately costs $14.99 but it has a 7 day trial, which is what I used. If you don't want to spend $14.99 but want to do more than one iOS hit after 7 days, there may be other screen mirroring options. I will be looking.
Second download Open Broad Caster at https://obsproject.com/
This is the program that will actually record your PC screen. The tutorial at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-L5zhhVuSc
may be helpful.
from the app store enabled me to easily turn on screen mirroring on the iPhone.
When you run Mirroring360 on your PC, a QR code will appear. Swipe up on your iPhone as per these instructions http://www.mirroring360.com/how-it-works
These instructions will give more info than I am here, and should walk you through it.
You should be able to scan the QR code through the Mirror assist app, and at this point a window should appear on your pc with a mirror of your iphone.
Finally, open up your open Broadcaster program. Follow the instructions in the tutorial. But note-- in the SOurces box, add Window Capture as a source. Then double click on window capture and it will show you a box with a list of sources. Mine shoued "Julies Phone" automatically which was the window with the mirror from my mom's phone! Was simple once I took a deep breath.
Open up the userbob hit on your phone and proceed. If you are meant to review an app, obviously go ahead and download the app and have it ready to open so when you start recording on your screen you can proceed with instructions.
I hope this has made sense. It probably sounds a bit overwhelming, but after I worked out the programs needed, it actually wasn't complicated.