Today at Apple’s annual developer conference, Apple announced new parental control features for its operating system on iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches. This functionality is a huge improvement over many third-party parental control experiences for iOS.
Do you want every single app to have access to your child’s location information? You can change that through the Location Services settings in iOS. In today’s video, we’ll walk you through how to access, edit, and lock these settings for your child.
Can your child access explicit music or movies from the iTunes store? If you haven’t blocked it – the answer is yes. Learn how to control music and media access from the Restrictions feature in iOS. In just over a minute, you can get all of the information that you need to adjust these settings yourself.
Have you ever put headphones on only to discover your iPhone or iPad was way too loud? Imagine if that happened for your child. Luckily, Apple gives you a way to limit the volume on an iOS device, so that your child can have their hearing protected. In today’s video you’ll cover not only how to adjust this setting but also how to make sure your child can’t change it.
Many parents have experienced unwanted purchases on their mobile device. Today we will cover how to limit purchases on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch device, so you don’t get a surprise with your bank statement.
One feature that every parent with an iOS device needs to learn is Restrictions. Today we will cover how to use this feature, and even start to implement it.
In today’s episode we will cover a basic feature of both iOS and Android devices: Airplane Mode. While this feature wasn’t created as a tool for parents, it can be a useful tool for beginner digital parents to temporarily disable Internet access on the device.
Do you know how to safely hand off your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch to your child? In today’s episode we will cover how to use the Guided Access feature on iOS to limit what your kids can do on your device.