Protecting Your iOS Device With Guided Access

If you need to hand your iPhone or iPad over to a child, consider using Guided Access to lock them into a single app and restrict what they can do. Guided Access allows you to turn off buttons and controls and even set time limits. You can regain access to your device with a password or Touch ID.

Comments: 5 Responses to “Protecting Your iOS Device With Guided Access”

    Terry Haddow
    3 years ago

    Gary – are you able to set guided access to 2 apps ?

    3 years ago

    Terry: No. The whole idea is to keep it locked into one. I guess they could offer that as an option, but Apple likes to keep things simple and not confuse users with tons of options when it comes to things like this.

    Terry Haddow
    3 years ago

    Thanks. Very clear and very useful for an educator.

    Joe
    3 years ago

    Triple click the home button? Where is that?

    3 years ago

    Joe: The Home button is the physical button at the bottom of the screen of every iPad and iPhone.

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