How to restrict volume control and account settings in iPhone and iPad

Apple launched the communication limits feature a few days ago with iOS 13.3 release. ‘Restrictions’ is part of that which lets you manage the features, apps, and content you want your kids to access on their iPhone or iPad. Now, no one likes restrictions and at times our kids do tend to go a bit techy and might want to change those settings. Here’s how to restrict account settings and restrict volume control on the iPhone and iPad.

Follow these instructions:

  1. Launch Settings
  2. Tape Screen Time
  3. Tap Content & Privacy Restrictions
  4. Tape the category you want to apply restrictions on
    • Passcode Changes
    • Account Changes
    • Cellular Data Changes
    • Volume Limit
    • Do Not Disturb While Driving
    • TV Provider
    • Background App Activities
  5. Tap Don’t Allow

That’s it, you can select the category you want and then tap Don’t Allow to restrict the account settings or volume control on iPhone or iPad.

Just in case you want to allow some of these categories, simply follow the same process and tap Allow.

Got any questions? Let us know in the comments.

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