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.
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.
Bear in mind that this only works in Safari, so if the device has another browser installed then your kid will still be able to visit any website in that browser.
Rather than blocking a website or two, you can take things a stage further and only allow access to a set list of websites.
How can we make sure that they’re safe while they’re using them?
For that matter, how can we make sure that our devices and data are safe from our little ones’ inquisitive tinkering?
Once you’ve set a passcode, Restrictions are turned on.
You can change any of the settings in the Restrictions window to enable or disable certain features.
To use this feature, first make sure you’ve enabled Restrictions as described earlier.
Now open the Settings app and choose General Restrictions.
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