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Are you looking for a way to secure a point of sale tablet on a table or countertop? Our iPad anti-theft security cables are an essential accessory for any professional office, retail store, or small business environment. Affordably priced, these tablet locking systems secure your investment while still allowing users the freedom to hold and interact with your touchscreen. iPad anti-theft security cables are designed for counter or tabletop use and come with 6-foot cords, providing easier access for doctor office sign-ins, trade shows, or retail checkouts.

What are the main selling points of these tablet locking systems?

  • iPad anti-theft security cables are the least expensive option when it comes to preventing a person from stealing your device. Locking cords are much more affordable than a dedicated stand or enclosure.

  • Schools and businesses also protect their investments with security cables. These institutions often purchase tablets in bulk for classrooms and employees. Locking cords help keep track of inventory while preventing your devices from “walking off” as well.

  • Maybe you don’t want your iPad to be always visible. Our 6-foot anti-theft security cables provide flexibility for display. When a visitor is done signing in, for example, a receptionist can take the tablet and move it behind the counter, out of sight.

  • To use, simply encircle a solid or immovable object with the cord and insert the combination end through the looped end. Then, attach the lock to your iPad via the Kensington slot on the bracket. The four-digit combination dial can be reset to a configuration of your choice.
  • In addition, the lock can be used to prop up the tablet at a convenient viewing angle.

While these lockable cord systems offer effective theft prevention, they are an inexpensive solution designed for certain applications. In high-traffic areas, a more permanent type of safeguarding may be required. Locking tablet enclosures not only offer better protection by encasing your device, but they also can be bolted to the counter or tabletop surface for the ultimate deterrent.

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Lock iPAD screen & iPhone screen so kids stay within the app

Since I posted How to Child-proof iPAD, I received so many questions asking how to lock iPAD screen or iPhone screen, so kids stay within the app you want them to. Today we share how to use Guided Access feature to control kids’ screen time and app access, an important parental control feature that iOS has.

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What is Guided Access feature on iPhone / iPad?  Has your child been in the middle of a game, only to touch the home button then get back to the home screen and suddenly all your apps are bouncing and ready to be deleted? My son loves to press the home button, over and over and over. Although he loves it, I’m not a fan because then my apps are in jeopardy of getting re-arranged or deleted, not good for my type A organized phone. Or has your child accidentally touched that annoying ad in the corner of the game, prompting another window to open up interrupting their game? Guided Access is a great fix for that and can be accessed through the general settings.

1. Go to

Settings on your iPhone or iPAD:

2. Go to

General, then choose Accessibility (click on image to have a larger view of the picture):

3. In

Accessibility, find the selection box under Learning titled Guided Access; you will want to turn this ON


RELATED: How to Lock iPad iPhone Screen Orientation during Movies so It Won’t Rotate

4. You will need to set a passcode.

Now if you have older kids this might not be the solution you are looking for, but also with older kids they are probably not constantly clicking the home button. No matter the age it is nice to block off those annoying ads.

5. Go back to the

Accessibility screen

Tapping Accessibility at the top-left corner of the screen. Make sure Guided Access is selected for Triple-click the home Button.

6. Open an app to use the feature

Open up any app you want your child to play with. Triple click the home button and a new screen pops up that allows you to adjust the guided access for that specific app:

At the bottom of the screen, you have the option to turn hardware buttons off, turn touch on or off (I leave this on as the game needs to be able to touch around within the app) and motion on or off (I also leave this on). While in guided access, if you circle any area a grayed out box will appear, as shown in the picture above (see the little box with a small “x” on top-left corner).  This area will now become unclickable when guided access is turned on. This is a great tool to use over those annoy ads or maybe the play/pause buttons of a movie app. If you want to change this grey coverage, there is a little ‘x’ you can click to delete that selection and make a new selection. Once all your settings are the way you want them, select the blue Start button at the top-right corner and the app will resume as normal.

RELATED: How to Limit Screen Time on iPhone iPad – A Simple Feature on the Device

7. Stop the guided access feature

When your child is finished playing with that app, you triple click your home button, but this time since guided access is turned on you have to put in your passcode. Once you type in your passcode you can select End if you are finished, or make changes and select resume to continue with the guided access on. After you hit end you are able to click the home button and return to your home screen.

I hope you can get as much use out of this feature as I have!

If you find this is helpful, you may also want to know How to Limit Screen Time with a Simple Setting on iPhone iPad

How to Lock iPad Screen Orientation to Stop It from Rotating During Movies

Having an iPad for young children, you will want to have wonderful apps for them. How about start with this: 10 Free Reading Apps That Continuously Offer Free Books for Kids, some offer free books weekly, some monthly.

Here are some more iPAD child-safety articles.  Make sure check these articles too:
How to choose baby friendly iPAD cases
How to choose kids friendly iPAD cases
How to minimize surprising iTune bills
How to set up an iTune account without a credit card (as a way to manage iTune spending)

Lock and unlock notes on iPhone or iPad

With a passcode, Face ID, or Touch ID, you can protect notes that contain your personal information, such as financial or medical information, or website login information.


  • Update your iPhone or iPad to the latest version of iOS or iPadOS.
  • Turn on Notes in iCloud settings or use notes stored on your device. For accounts that sync using third-party services (such as Gmail or Yahoo), some Notes features, including blocking, are not supported.

If you’re signed in to iCloud with a managed Apple ID, you can’t set a note lock.

Lock notes with iPhone passcode or notes passcode

Starting with iOS 16, you can lock notes in two ways. You can use your iPhone passcode to lock your notes. Or you can create a unique password just for notes. Both options keep your information safe with end-to-end encryption of your iCloud accounts.

If you use an iPhone passcode, you do not need to create and remember a separate passcode. If you access iCloud Notes on multiple Apple devices, you must use the passcode or sign-in password for that device to unlock the notes.

The unique note password must be memorized, because without it you will not be able to access the locked notes. If you forget this password, reset your notes password and use the new password to lock other notes. When accessing iCloud Notes on multiple Apple devices, use the same passcode to lock and unlock all notes.

Apple does not have access to locked notes and cannot help you access them if you forget your password. In this case, resetting your password will not give you access to previously locked notes. By resetting and creating a new notes password, you can only lock other notes.

Selecting a password for notes in the Settings app

  1. In the Settings app, tap Notes.
  2. Press “Password”.
  3. If you have multiple accounts, select the account for which you want to set a password.
  4. Follow the instructions to use an iPhone passcode or create a passcode. In the case of creating a notes password, add a hint.
  5. Enable Face ID or Touch ID if your device supports it.
  6. Click Finish.

Selecting a password in the Notes app

  1. Open the Notes app and navigate to the note you want to lock.
  2. Click “More” and then “Block”.
  3. Follow the instructions to use an iPhone passcode or create a passcode. In the case of creating a notes password, add a hint.
  4. Enable Face ID or Touch ID if your device supports it.
  5. Click Finish.

Note lock

  1. Open the note you want to lock.
  2. Click the “More” button.
  3. Click Block.

After locking, the note remains open and a padlock icon appears at the top of the screen. The contents of the note will be hidden after clicking on the padlock icon .

Learn more about locking notes on a Mac

Opening a locked note

  1. Tap a locked note.
  2. Select View note.
  3. Use Face ID or Touch ID, or enter a password.

Locked notes are opened for a few minutes. During this time, you can move to another note, copy and paste information from another application, or perform other actions. When you close the Notes app or put your device to sleep, the note is locked again.


  1. Tap a locked note, then select View note.
  2. Enter a password or unlock using Face ID or Touch ID.
  3. Click the “More” button.
  4. Select “Delete”.

Unlocking the note will unlock the note on all devices that are signed in with the same Apple ID.

Only notes on your device and iCloud can be locked. Notes with tags, PDF, Keynote, Pages, Numbers, or audio or video, and notes that use IMAP to sync (for example, Yahoo, Gmail, and Hotmail) are not blocked. Also, you can’t password protect notes shared with others. To stop sharing a note, open the note, click the Add People button, and then choose Manage Shared Note > Stop Sharing.

Use iPhone passcode instead of notes passcode

  1. Make sure iCloud Keychain is turned on. To use your device passcode for locked notes, you need to turn on iCloud Keychain.
  2. In the Settings app, tap Notes.
  3. Press “Password”.
  4. Select Device Passcode.
  5. Use Face ID or Touch ID, or enter your previous Notes passcode.
  6. Enter your iPhone passcode.
  7. Press the OK button. All notes locked with your last notes passcode will now use your device passcode.

If you use a device passcode to lock notes and then delete it from your device, you will still be able to access notes locked with that passcode.

Change your notes password

  1. In the Settings app, tap Notes.
  2. Press “Password”.
  3. In the Notes app, select the account you want to change, then tap Change Password.
  4. Use Face ID or Touch ID, or enter your previous Notes passcode.
  5. Enter a new password and hint.

Reset a forgotten note password

To unlock a note, you must enter the password with which it was locked. If you forget your Notes password, Apple can’t help you regain access to your locked Notes. You can create a new notes passcode or use a device passcode instead, but this will prevent you from accessing your old notes. If you set a new note password or change to a device passcode, you can protect any notes you create later with the new password.

When using multiple note passwords, it is impossible to determine the correct password for a particular note from the list. If you enter your current notes password when you try to open a note that was locked with the old password, you will be prompted to enter the wrong password and prompted for the old password. If the old password is entered correctly, you will be prompted to change the password for this note to the current one.

To reset your notes password, follow these steps:

  1. In the Settings app, tap Notes. Then click “Password”.
  2. In the Notes app, select the account you want to make changes to, then tap Reset Password.
  3. Enter your Apple ID password, then click OK.
  4. Click Reset Password again.
  5. Use a device passcode or enter a new passcode and hint. Click Done.

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Try to find all 12 keys by solving all riddles and puzzles. And it’s not so easy!
If you like puzzles, don’t pass by, you will love this game!

Game pieces:
– funny plasticine graphics
– funny music
– one door
– 12 locks

– 12 incredible puzzles

Version 1.3.3

Bugs fixed

Ratings and reviews

Ratings: 3.5k

Nice game but

But you need something lighter instead of tags, but it’s very good

Super game!

The game is just super! You can develop your brain in this way, I advise everyone very cool !!!!


the game is cool, it doesn’t hang on iPhone 7, I downloaded all the parts, 1 took about 15 minutes, I really want to combine all the parts into one to make it more convenient))

Developer Rudolfs Lacinovs has indicated that, in accordance with the app’s privacy policy, data may be processed as described below. Detailed information is available in the developer’s privacy policy.

Data used for tracking information

The following data may be used to track user information in apps and websites owned by other companies:

with user data

The following data may be collected, which is not related to the user’s identity:

  • Identifiers

  • Diagnostics

Sensitive data may be used differently depending on your age, features involved, or other factors. Read more


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