An iPhone gives your child the ability to stay in touch with friends and family, stay entertained on the go, and access countless educational resources. But it also has the potential to expose youngsters to content that parents would rather they avoid. Thankfully, Apple includes a number of parental control options that allow parents to restrict adult or otherwise inappropriate content from their children. Here’s a look at how to block websites on the iPhone and iPad.
Plenty of parents want their younger children to have Apple IDs so that they can start listening to music and purchasing apps (without knowing mommy or daddy’s password!). In today’s article, we’ll cover how you’ll configure a managed Apple ID for your 13-years-and-under children.