How To use Guided Access with iPhone 11


Guided Access limits your device to a single app and lets you control which features are available. You can turn on Guided Access when you let a child use your device, or when accidental gestures might distract you.

Built as an Accessibility feature, Guided Accees limits users to one specific app, preventing them from switching to another program or returning to the Home screen. This can be extremely useful in a number of settings, including education, autism research, businesses, restaurants, museums, and more. Whether it's a writing app, drawing app, music app, math app, or a story, video, or reading app, Guided Access helps make sure that all attention remains on that app. It also prevents you from accidentally exiting to the Home screen or another app when you don't mean to.

Learn how you can enable or disable Guided Access on iPhone 11 Pro.

Set up 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.

Start a Guided Access session

  • Open the app that you want. 
  • On an iPhone X or later, triple-click the side button. On an iPhone 8 or earler, triple-click the Home button.
  • If you want parts of your screen to stop responding to touch, use one finger to circle those areas. You can move or resize the circle, or tap the X to remove it.
  • Tap Guided Access, then tap Start.
  • Or to start a Guided Access session with Siri*, open the app that you want, then tell Siri "Turn on Guided Access." 

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