Afraid your children are processing out their eardrums with their iPod, iPhone, or iPad? Here is the steps to lock down a maximum volume setting.
If your child is using an iPhone, iPod, or iPad to blast music at unsafe levels, you must think about setting a limit on their maximum volume. I mean, they will hate you for it – however they will conjointly hate having tinnitus in their 18s, right?
Step 1 : lower the maximum volume by tapping Settings then scrolling down and choosing Music.
Step 2 : tap Volume Limit and pull down the volume slider to the maximum volume level you have selected.
Step 3 : tap the back arrow till you are back at the main menu.
Step 4 : To lock the volume limit with a password, head into Settings, however now tap General, then choose Restrictions. Step 5 : hit enable restrictions at the top of the page and make a 4-digit password.
Step 6 : scroll all the way down to where it says Volume Limit. Tap that, change it to “Don’t allow Changes” then back all the way out to the main menu.
That’s all there’s to it. If you wish to ease the sting of limiting their volume you ought to seriously think about treating them to an upgraded pair of headphones.