Apple's iOS accessibility features may be hidden in the Settings applicati, but they are useful to all. For example, guided access allows you to lock your iPhe or iPad so that it can ly use e applicati, and you can even disable certain parts of the screen by drawing above. It's cvenient to give the iPad to kids, or people with motor skills, but it's also fantastic for stage performers. A musician, for example, could use the iPad to produce or process his sound. The last thing you want to do in the heat of a performance is to accidentally do a four finger scan and end up your Facebook page.
Today, we'll see how to use guided access to keep your iPad safe stage, but the same tips apply if you deploy an iPad as a cash register in your coffee shop or as a point informati during an exhibiti.
How to cfigure guided access
For all its power, guided access is very easy to use. First, you have to activate it, in