If you have a child, you’re advised to filter out any age-inappropriate content by setting up their iPhone or iPad with Screen Time and Restrictions. On iOS 12, the Restrictions section has been renamed and moved to a new place within Settings. Here’s how to access Restrictions with iPhone and iPad on both iOS 12 and newer, and iOS 11 and older.
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.