To use this feature, first make sure you’ve enabled Restrictions as described earlier.
Now open the Settings app and choose General Restrictions.
With Guided Access enabled, your kid won’t be able to close the app, start or switch to another app, or cause mayhem in the Settings app.
The downside, of course, is that your kid may become bored with using one app, so this option works best with deep, engaging apps that will keep your kid entertained for more than a couple of minutes.
As soon as you leave the Settings app, the restrictions apply to the device.
If you want to change your Restrictions settings, just go back to the Settings app, choose General Restrictions, and reenter your Restrictions passcode.
To use Guided Access, follow these steps: Is there a certain website — or a list of websites — that you don’t want your kid visiting?
If you don’t agree with Apple’s choices and want to alter this list, you can tap Add a Website… You can also remove a site from the list by swiping left on the site and tapping Delete.
To enable restrictions, first open the Settings app and choose General This passcode lets you change the Restrictions settings, so make sure your kid doesn’t know it!
You might want it to be different from your device passcode too.
In this article you’ll discover 18 things you can do to help kid-proof your i Pad or i Phone, and make it safer for your child to use.
Let’s start by taking a look at the Restrictions feature built into i OS, which gives you lots of ways to protect your device.