Apple has just shared another useful video on its YouTube support channel, detailing how you can use Guided Access on your iPad to help limit distractions while you use an app.
With Guided Access on, you will be limited to a single app, and you can disable buttons and set a time limit for your session. You can turn on Guided Access when you let a child use your iPad or iPhone, or when accidental gestures might distract you.
To enable Guided Access:
Go to Settings > Accessibility, then turn on Guided Access.
Tap Passcode Settings, then tap Set Guided Access Passcode.
Enter a passcode, then re-enter it. From here, you can also turn on Face ID or Touch ID as a way to end a Guided Access session.
Watch the video below to see how you can use Guided Access on your iPad.
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