Be sure to use a 4-digit passcode that you will remember and your kids will not guess.3. This appears to be a great option for older kids, tweens, and younger teens where you want to make sure they don’t access inappropriate content for their age group.You can also choose to always allow certain websites or never allow a site, to override the automatic settings.So here’s how to block someone who isn’t in the Contact list.1. Find the name(s) you want to block and click the small letter “i” for their info.3. So if your child’s device can’t be upgraded and you want to block websites, you’ll have to install a kid safe browser instead.Scroll down the bottom of this info screen and click on “Block this Caller”. Some parents may also find that the Apple web filtering doesn’t give as much fine-tuned control as some of the kid safe browsers offer.Now, with i OS 7, Apple has added website content filtering. (These screenshots are from an i Pad mini, but the instructions should work for any i OS 7 device)1.
If not, choose Enable Restrictions and enter a passcode. The options are: All Websites – no restrictions in place, your child can visit any website. Limit Adult Content–limits access to “many adult websites automatically”.
You can then add additional sites using the “Add a Website…” option near the bottom.
You can also remove any of the recommended sites if you’d like.
Specific Websites Only – this setting will only allow websites you specify.
You start with a suggested list of child friendly sites such as Discovery Kids, PBS Kids, and a few others.