may be 7 slow my ipad4

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  1. jaba123

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    Hello, I thick 7.1 slow my internet and 2nd issue most important i go setting,restriction and disallow safari so my kids will not browse too much. The question is the it's is ok or I have to lock more from some where else because they r 14years can they surf from some where else. I have ipad only wifi tks
     
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    1. Yea, I thought it was a problem with my connection, but even my wifi is slower on iPad after update... I'm confused.

    2. Keep an eye that they don't install any other web browsers, and make sure you do NOT tell the restrictions password to your children. That should be enough.
     
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    If you disallow Safari, the app actually disappears from the screen, so they won't be able to browse at all, through Safari that is. As Abs has said they could just download another browser to do this. You could set the restriction on downloading other apps as well to stop this, but there are lots of other things you can do to stop certain content.

    Look in the Allowed Content of Restrictions - there's lots of settings here you can set to stop certain content being accessed.
     
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    Some of my frriend make lock safari but he told me his 17year son bypass restriction and run google I don't know How that why I ask
     
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    Well, then he must have told the restrictions password to his son.

    The Google search engines also allows opening any website through a Google search, thats why I told you to monitor the apps that are being downloaded, but I think as Leelai said, restricting download of apps, from restrictions would be a better option, since the app store icon disappears.

    It may be possible to break through the restrictions if your iPad is jailbroken, though I'm not a jailbreaking expert and I'm not sure.

    MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO NOT SHARE YOUR RESTRICTIONS PASSWORD IF YOU ARE RESTRICTING SAFARI.
     
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    No boss my from told that no jailbreak, use only safari, he lock also app instal when how his son can running safari
     
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    You don't have to bypass Restrictions to use Google, it has it's own app and is more or less just another browser. There are also other apps which have their own built in browsers.

    Maybe best to set some Content Restrictions and lock the App Store for downloads.
     
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    If your friends son knows the Apple ID and password for this iPad, he could wipe the restrictions by restoring the iPad itself. He would then need to set everything up again though.....it could be a long process but is dependent on what is on the iPad to start with. If the iPad was backed up to iTunes before the restrictions password was set, he could just restore it with a backup also.

    The Apple ID password and the restrictions password are 2 different passwords and not a good idea to allow anyone to know either.
     
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    One thing is confirm that son did not known restriction save word ok tks
     
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    You're welcome! Glad to have helped you.
     

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