Learn how to block access to specific websites on a Mac, and protect your children from accessing content you don’t want them to see. These parental controls will create a blacklist of sites that will be restricted across any browser used on the Mac.
The annoying bug, that lets pranksters crash your device by texting you a malicious link, appears to have been addressed in yesterday’s iOS 11.2.5 beta 6 release. If you don’t have the beta installed on your device, here’s what you can do to protect yourself from this “text bomb”.
The instructions in this tutorial will guide you through the process of restricting access to music, movies, TV shows, books and apps based on content ratings on iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV.
iOS’s built-in Restrictions controls are a great tool to restrict certain features on your iPhone or iPad. This tutorial will teach you how to prevent accidental app deletions and stop your kids, or other people using your device, from downloading apps.
Keep your kids safe by preventing them to share their locations in apps on their iPhone. In this tutorial, we will teach you how to turn on specific parental control restrictions to prevent children from sharing their location in applications such as Facebook, Snapchat, iMessage, Instagram, and more.
Every time you buy a rare sword for your hero, a full app unlock, content subscription or other intangibles in apps and games, you’re interacting with Apple’s In-App Purchase system. The beauty of this feature lies in its deep integration with Apple’s ecosystem and the iTunes billing mechanism.
It can also pose a hazard for it’s easy to get carried away and ring up a big bill for purchases made within apps. To save us from racking up lots of in-app purchases, Apple’s provided a way to restrict them.
In this tutorial, we’ll teach you how to disable or restrict the In-App Purchase mechanism on your iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Mac and Apple TV to prevent unintentional or unauthorized purchases.
Learn how you can prevent your kids from posting photos and videos to specific applications on iPhone or iPad. This tutorial will walk you through the entire process and help you keep your kids safe by preventing them to publish pictures or videos to the apps you specify.
Do you know you can prevent people from deleting apps on your iPhone or iPad? This is particularly handy if you have kids that always seem to accidentally delete your favorite apps. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to set up an iPhone or iPad so that no one will be able to delete apps from it.
Learn how to set maximum headphone volume limit on iPhone and iPad. This can be very helpful if you have children and want to restrict the max volume level of their iOS device. We will walk you through the entire process in this step by step tutorial.
Learn how to only allow access to websites you specify in Safari and other browsers on your iPhone or iPad. If you’re a parent whose kids frequently play with your iPhone or iPad, allowing a specific set of websites might be a good idea in order to preserve their safety online.
Both iOS and tvOS give you all the controls you need to prevent profanities from showing up when you use speech-to-text or Siri. In this post, you’ll learn how to disable explicit language for Siri and Dictation on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad and filter out explicit language for Siri on your Apple TV.