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Setting iOS Restrictions

by | Feb 19, 2017

One of the most common issues we have in the modern world is the access our children have to Internet-connected devices. This is both positive and negative. On one hand, you can access a wealth of knowledge and on the other, the negative underbelly of the Internet.

Many parents are interested in knowing if they can do something to limit what their children can access on the smartphones that they provide their children. This article offers some advice in this arena.

To enable restrictions on an iOS device, first tap the Settings icon then choose General then Restrictions.

After that choose Enable Restrictions and then enter a four-digit passcode.

For the final step in the process, select which parts of the iPhone or iPad you want to turn off. The in App Purchase section is useful for avoiding any bill shock if they have the App Store attached to your credit card.

You can also remove Explicit songs or movies from the iTunes store as well.


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