Vacation is the time when kids like to spend more time before the screen of smart devices. This obviously cuts down on the time they should spend outdoors. Moreover, while playing games on their iPhone and iPad devices, they unwittingly open some games they are not supposed to play. So how to stop these unstoppable small wonders?
There is a workaround for worried parents. You can set game center restrictions on your kids' iPhone or iPad. Follow this information completely and keep your kids away from accessing objectionable content. By the way, if you have handed your iPhone or iPad to your kids, you should also remove swear words from Apple Music. This will ensure that your kids don't consume adult content.
How to Set Game Center Restrictions on Your Kids' iPhone/iPad
You must have set restrictions on Apple TV as a precaution; now set game center restrictions on iPhone and iPad.
Step #1. Launch Settings app on iPhone/iPad → Tap on General.
Step #2. Now tap on Restrictions.
Step #3. Tap on enable restrictions.
Step #4. Now set Passcode; this will ensure that you kid cannot go into Settings to toggle Restrictions off.
Step #5. Now scroll down the screen. You will find Game Center section from where you can toggle on and off Multiplayer Games and Adding Friends in Game Center.
Step #6. If you want to control the content of games your Kids' download and play, scroll up and tap on Apps under Allow Content.
Here, you can see a screen with ALLOW APPS RATED.
Step #7. Tap on age group your kids belong to. There are four age sections like 4+, 9+ 12+, and 17+.