Guided Access Settings Apple iPhone XS / XS Max

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The iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max are smartphones designed, developed and marketed by Apple. They are both the twelfth generation of the iPhone, succeeding the iPhone X as the flagship devices in the iPhone series.

The Apple Iphone XS has a design similar to the X but includes upgraded hardware like the A12 Bionic chip, built with a 7 nanometer process. It also features a 5.85-inch (149 mm) OLED display screen and contains dual 12-megapixel back cameras and a 7-megapixel front camera. The Iphone XS Max features the same hardware and cameras, but has a larger 6.46-inch (164 mm) OLED screen and larger battery.

The XS and XS Max are rated IP68 for dust and water resistance, with Apple specifying a maximum depth of 2 meters and up to 30 minutes of submersion. This is an improvement in water resistance over the iPhone 8 and X. Apple has performed tests in various liquids including chlorinated water, salt water, tea, wine, beer and juices.

The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are both minor updates on the iPhone X.

Guided Access Settings Apple iPhone XS / XS Max:

Ensure Guided Access is turned on.

Launch an app then triple press the side button (right sided).

Using your finger, circle areas of the screen to disable.

Tap Options (lower-left).

Tap the switch(es) to turn the following on Switch On or off Switch Off then tap Done:

The options presented may vary.
Sleep/Wake Button
Volume Buttons
Motion
Keyboards
Hardware Button (Always off when Guided Access is enabled)
Touch
Time Limit
Tap Start (upper-right).

If prompted, to ‘Set Passcode’:
Enter a passcode.
Re-enter passcode.

To end a session, triple press the side button, enter passcode then tap End (upper-left).

To remove previously set restrictions from an active session:

Quickly swipe up from the bottom of the screen.

Enter 4-digit passcode.

Tap the X symbol next to any areas of the screen that have been disabled.

Tap Options.

Ensure the desired option switches are turned on then tap Done.

Tap End (upper-left).

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