How to Add Restrictions to an iPhone/ iPad/ iPod

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How to Add Restrictions to an iPhone/ iPad/ iPod
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In the settings click on GENERAL

In the settings click on GENERAL

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Scroll down the page to RESTRICTIONS

Scroll down the page to RESTRICTIONS

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Click ENABLE RESTRICTIONS

Click ENABLE RESTRICTIONS

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You will be asked for a passcode.  This passcode DOES NOT need to be the same as the passcode on the phone. Make sure you don't forget it as it will cause problems in the future.

You will be asked for a passcode. This passcode DOES NOT need to be the same as the passcode on the phone. Make sure you don't forget it as it will cause problems in the future.

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By default all programs are turned on. By swiping the ON button that program/ability will no longer be available. Note: If children play with you phone: turn off 'Deleting Apps'  saves some heartache.

By default all programs are turned on. By swiping the ON button that program/ability will no longer be available. Note: If children play with you phone: turn off 'Deleting Apps' saves some heartache.

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Location: GPS services used by Apps Accounts: Changing/Adding e-mail   Find My Friends: more on this next

Location: GPS services used by Apps Accounts: Changing/Adding e-mail Find My Friends: more on this next

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Location can be changed for individual Apps. So the map could still use it but Facebook would not.

Location can be changed for individual Apps. So the map could still use it but Facebook would not.

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Locking friends list means that if parents setup themselves to see where the phone is no matter what.  More on this with my next SnapGuide.

Locking friends list means that if parents setup themselves to see where the phone is no matter what. More on this with my next SnapGuide.

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Default settings for iTunes account.

Default settings for iTunes account.

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Movie/tv: doesn't hide them in iTunes but prevents viewing on device.  Apps: if an app has been installed higher than the rating is hidden.   In-App Purchases: if you have kids, turn off

Movie/tv: doesn't hide them in iTunes but prevents viewing on device. Apps: if an app has been installed higher than the rating is hidden. In-App Purchases: if you have kids, turn off

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