How to Lock Your iPhone to a Single App Using Guided Access

iClarified instructions on how to lock your iPhone to a single app using Guided Access. … Hit the link above for additional details and …

38 thoughts on “How to Lock Your iPhone to a Single App Using Guided Access

  1. wow this is the most useless shit EVER. everyone knows the reasons we'd want to use this. it's so that you can hand your phone to somebody who is asking for it like right then and there without feeling like they're gonna go through all your photos and embarrassing browsing history. you don't have time to do all this shit before handing the phone over. you'd need to do it every time? idiotic.

  2. Most useless and complicated feature in ios.,
    I don’t know what the function of guided access., basically GA used to disable touchscreen in some area, not locking any app.., why even they create this feature.., why they don’t just add app locker, is that hard to create app locker rather than this useless and complicated system..,? 🤔🤔

  3. It's really helpfull, iOS and Apple are the best. I used IPhone 4s for 3 years and it's still working I don't have bad experience with IPhone, i will use it forever !

  4. I'm not sure but ,if anyone else trying to find out how to use an iphone for dummies try Pycanta Simple iPhone Protocol(should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my buddy got excellent success with it.

  5. I was looking for a video to demonstrate Guided Access for my mom who is a school teacher to use with her iPads for her students, and this was great that it went through the whole process. I don't really use Guided Access, so I was unaware of the ability to draw shapes to block sections of the screen, so I even learned something new.

  6. ios is really horrible, in android you just need to set passcode on a certain app and enter the code everytime you want to open that app. No need to click so many things under the settings menu.

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