How to Set Restrictions on I-Devices

This is a guide to show you how to set restrictions on your iPhone. This has a lot of useful features.

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How to Set Restrictions on I-Devices
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Go to Settings

Go to Settings

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Go to General

Go to General

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Scroll down to Restrictions

Scroll down to Restrictions

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Enter and then Enable Restrictions

Enter and then Enable Restrictions

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Set a password (will be required to re-enter restrictions menu and to disable restrictions)

Set a password (will be required to re-enter restrictions menu and to disable restrictions)

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And you're good! (Keep reading for what you can do)

And you're good! (Keep reading for what you can do)

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You can allow specific things, like if you can delete/install apps, or FaceTime. If you disable iTunes, or camera, or Safari, the apps will disappear!

You can allow specific things, like if you can delete/install apps, or FaceTime. If you disable iTunes, or camera, or Safari, the apps will disappear!

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You can change what type of content you can download on the device and ratings from which country

You can change what type of content you can download on the device and ratings from which country

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You can also turn off any In-App Purchase. And you can change how long it takes for it to ask you for a password when downloading something (Ex. Asks for password 15mins after previous purchase)

You can also turn off any In-App Purchase. And you can change how long it takes for it to ask you for a password when downloading something (Ex. Asks for password 15mins after previous purchase)

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You can change around privacy-related things

You can change around privacy-related things

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And you can put a maximum volume limit, if you can change accounts around (like mail accounts) and if you can add/play with others on Gamecenter

And you can put a maximum volume limit, if you can change accounts around (like mail accounts) and if you can add/play with others on Gamecenter

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This is useful if the device is being used by kids, so they don't make a lot of purchases, add strangers, mess around with device, etc.

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Also, if you don't use iTunes, why not disable it so the app goes away and it doesn't take up app space (Same for Safari/Camera, but no Safari= no opening links, and no Camera=no lock screen shortcut)

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