With so much adult content on the web, many parents want to block their kids from visiting those websites on the iPhone. Fortunately, the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch include built-in tools that control which websites kids can visit. These tools are so flexible that they can go beyond blocking specific websites. Instructions for both are included in this article.
Family sharing allows you to share purchases among family members, use a shared photo library and family calendar, and easily share your location so you can find each other on a map. These all seem like great features in theory. But how do they actually work in practice? Here are some of the pros and cons of Apple Family Sharing. Now, a new Apple ID can be created specifically for those under
Apple makes it easier for kids and parents to have a safer Apple experience than with most other types of devices. They do this with Family Sharing and Restrictions. In contrast, Android devices have a more flexible operating system and multiple ways to do things not to mention fancy weather widgets. But, as a parent trying to teach my kids how to us the internet, I tend to prefer Apple. During the internet training phase, my goal is to limit options and eliminate possible back doors.
If you're a parent, and you want to let your kids access some content from the iTunes Store but also protect them for material that's too adult for them, what can you do? Use iTunes Restrictions, Apple's built-in feature for letting parents control content in iTunes. Here's what you need to know. Restrictions are a built-in feature of iTunes that lets you block access from your computer to selected iTunes Store content.