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My New iPad, 2nd Edition by Wallace Wang

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Chapter 7. Using Parental Controls

Doesn’t it seem that children gravitate toward the most expensive and valuable items we own, just so they can play with them, break them, or lose them? Although you do need to protect your iPad from excessive handling from over-eager children, you also need to protect your children from your iPad—or at least the adult-oriented content they could access on it.

Since banning your children from touching your iPad is probably not a practical solution, you can turn on parental controls to limit what a child can see on your iPad.

Making an iPad child-friendly involves restricting access to certain features including playing videos with explicit content, browsing the Internet, watching YouTube videos, playing iTunes, ...

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