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How to restrict iTunes, iBooks, Apple Music Connect, and more with parental controls for iPhone and iPad

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How to restrict iTunes, iBooks, Apple Music Connect, and more with parental controls for iPhone and iPad

Parental Controls, often referred to as Restrictions, allow you to organize which options, apps, and content material your youngsters can and can not get entry to at the iPhone or iPad. That incorporates the iTunes Store, which sells song, films, and TV presentations, the iBooks Store, which sells ebooks, and the App Store, which sells apps and video games.

Observe: You'll want to have restrictions enable prior to surroundings parental controls for iTunes, iBooks, and the App Retailer.

How to restrict get entry to to the iTunes Retailer on iPhone and iPad

  1. Release the Settings app in your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Faucet on Basic.
  3. Faucet on Restrictions.

  4. Input your passcode.
  5. Faucet the iTunes Retailer transfer. When the transfer is grey that suggests it would possibly not be available.

How to restrict get right of entry to to Apple Music Attach on iPhone and iPad

  1. Release the Settings app for your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Faucet on Common.
  3. Faucet on Restrictions.

  4. Input your passcode.
  5. Faucet the Apple Music attach transfer. When the transfer is grey that suggests it would possibly not be available.

How to restrict get right of entry to to the iBooks Retailer on iPhone and iPad

  1. Release the Settings app in your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Faucet on Common.
  3. Faucet on Restrictions.

  4. Input your passcode.
  5. Faucet the iBooks Retailer transfer. When the transfer is grey that suggests it would possibly not be available.

How to block the power to set up apps on iPhone and iPad

  1. Release the Settings app in your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Faucet on Basic.
  3. Faucet on Restrictions.

  4. Input your passcode.
  5. Faucet the Putting in Apps transfer. When the transfer is grey that suggests it would possibly not be available.

How to block the power to delete apps on iPhone and iPad

  1. Release the Settings app in your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Faucet on Basic.
  3. Faucet on Restrictions.

  4. Input your passcode.
  5. Faucet the Deleting Apps transfer. When the transfer is grey that suggests it would possibly not be available.

How to block the power to make in-app purchases on iPhone and iPad

  1. Release the Settings app in your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Faucet on Basic.
  3. Faucet on Restrictions.

  4. Input your passcode.
  5. Faucet the In-App Purchases transfer. When the transfer is grey that suggests it would possibly not be available.

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