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Don't want your kid to have an encounter with offensive contents? You have the option to completely block explicit music videos, podcasts, and news on your iPhone and iPad.

Using “Restrictions,” which is also known as “Parental Controls” you can disallow inappropriate contents on your iOS device. It's one of the most user-friendly features of iOS and offers you the needed command to keep unwanted stuff at bay.

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How to Disallow Explicit Music Videos, Podcasts, and News on iPhone and iPad

How to Disallow Explicit Music Videos, Podcasts and News on your iPhone and iPad

You need to enable “Restrictions” on your device to prevent explicit contents from playing. If you haven't done it as yet, open Settings app → General → Restrictions → tap on Enable Restrictions → enter the passcode and confirm.

Step #1. Open Settings app on your iOS device → Now, tap on General.

Tap on Settings then General on iPhone or iPad

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Step #2. Tap on Restrictions.

Tap on Restrictions in iPhone or iPad Settings

Step #3. Enter your iDevice Passcode.

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Step #4. Next, you need to scroll down to ALLOWED CONTENT section and tap on Music, Podcasts, News & iTunes U.

Tap on Music, Podcasts, News U iTunes U in iPhone Settings

Step #5. Finally, you have to turn off Explicit.

Restrict Explicit Music Videos, Podcasts, and News on iPhone and iPad

That's it!

From now onwards, inappropriate contents won't play on your iOS device.

Wrap up

You can take the full advantage of Restrictions to prevent unauthorized access to your device. With the use of it, you can also hide both stock and third-party apps and even prevent others from deleting apps. Besides, you will be able to disable explicit contents for Siri as well.

To know more about it, follow this complete guide to use parental controls on your iOS device.

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