Enable restrictions on the iPad

By Patrick Stafford
Wednesday, 21 December 2011

If you own an iPad, you may also have kids or younger relatives who want to use it now and then. But you probably don’t want them accessing some of your content – and that’s where restrictions come in.


Using these settings you’re able to decide which content everyone who uses the iPad can see.


To enable these, go to the Settings app, and then hit on the General bar. Then, head to the Restrictions menu.


There, you’ll be able to enable restrictions for most of the iPad apps, including whether you can install or delete apps, while you can also set the ratings for content that can be barred from being viewed.

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