These days, our children are surrounded by many forms of technology, yet with the rise of digitalization, parents are concerned about their children’s access to it.
Your child may have unrestricted access to the new iPhone at all times, but it’s critical to limit their access to social media and other websites.
On a child’s iPhone, here’s how to set up parental settings and limit access.
Sharing with the family
Family Sharing allows parents to put controls on how their children use their iPhones from afar, including the ability to accept transactions and limiting screen time.
Ask to buy is another feature of family sharing, which allows you to approve or refuse purchase requests from your child.
Go to Ask to Buy in Family Sharing.
Through the Screen Time function, Family Sharing also allows for additional parental restrictions and monitoring of their use.
Here’s what you should do:
Select Screen Time from your device’s settings.
Choose your child’s name from the drop-down menu under Family. You’ll see the Downtime, App Limits, and Content & Privacy Restrictions menus appear.
iPhone parental controls
Choose when your child will get access to specific applications at specific periods during downtime.
Set time limitations for apps so that the kids don’t spend the entire day watching YouTube.
Create a special Screen Time Passcode by pressing on the term “Screen Time Passcode” after the limitations have been set. It’ll prompt you to create a four-digit passcode.
These limits on your child’s phone will allow you to limit your child’s access to stuff that is harmful to his or her health.
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