Saturday, August 10, 2013

How to set parental controls on iPhone

If you give your iPhone routinely send their children, parental controls are a little safer.

Kids love the iPhone. And with over 1,000 downloadable applications for children in the iPhone store, you can find something for all ages and interests. But there are a lot of applications with adult content intended only for adults who do not want their children are.

Fortunately, Apple offers parental controls, both the iPhone and iTunes. On the iPhone, you can enable or disable certain features you do not want anyone to access. In the iTunes store, you can restrict the types of content that can be downloaded.

How to set parental controls for iPhone
To set restrictions on your iPhone, click "Settings", select "General" and then choose "Restrictions". After you are prompted to set up a PIN that lets you enable or disable access restrictions.

These are the things that can be restricted:

 • explicit track titles

• The Safari browser

• YouTube

• The iTunes Store

• Installing Applications

• The camera

Disabling one thing, its icon disappears from the Start menu. For example, if you do not want anyone to take photos with your iPhone, simply turn the camera on the configuration. When you go to the start menu, has been the icon of the camera.

The iPhone only allows you to enable and disable these programs. But let's say you want some more precise control over the type of content that can dowload. Go to the iTunes store on your computer. Go to Edit in the top menu, select Preferences, and there you will find the commands that can be downloaded for what and for whom TV and film download ratings're well with children.

It 'a similar situation with the iPhone browser. You can turn on and off, but no safe-search to filter the results. If you want to disable the browser, but you want to limit the websites they can find, there are applications that can be downloaded to optimize the configuration of your browser search children.

It 'so easy to set these controls, the only problem is to remember that the features are disabled. But do not worry - will probably be remembered children.

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