Restricting Access to Children on Their iPod touch, iPad and iPhone

Children have a habit of doing things you don’t want them to whether it is surfing the Internet or downloading movies, TV shows or apps. On an Apple device like an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad they could be buidling up huge costs on your account. You can also set a monthly spend using iTunes which will help keep spending under control. Here I show you how to keep children safe on these devices and also keep your wallet in check. If you want to set up an iTunes account for a child without a credit card see this tutorial – click here.

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A bit of a techno nut who likes sharing what I know about technology, especially with those who struggle with it. Also through my podcast www.jargonfreehelp.com
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One Response to Restricting Access to Children on Their iPod touch, iPad and iPhone

  1. Pingback: Creating an iTunes Account without a Debit or Credit Card | Gary Schwartz's Blog

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