The Family-Friendly iPad
How to Childproof Your iPad
The iPad can be childproofed to make it very kid-friendly while restricting access to parts of the Internet better left for adults rather than children. By applying parental controls, disabling Safari and YouTube and limiting access to the app store, you can feel safe that your child isn't getting into anything they shouldn't when playing with...
How to Enable iPad Parental Controls
The iPad's parental controls are intended to allow a parent to put restrictions on what the iPad can and cannot do, such as the ability to download new apps or to complete in-app purchases. Apps can also be restricted by their parental rating, which means you can allow your kid to download age-appropriate material while restricting titles that are too mature.
The Best iPad Games for Kids
The best iPad games for kids includes family-safe games that will both entertain your child while igniting their imagination and putting their puzzle-solving skills to good use. And the best part is that many of these casual games are great fun for adults as well.
How to Turn Off In-App Purchases on the iPad
The ability to turn off in-app purchases is located in the iPad settings parental controls and restrictions section. This is where you disable in-app purchases, which is important if you have a small child in the house or the iPad is used for the whole family.
How to Remove a Credit Card From an iTunes Account
Did you know you can set up an iTunes account without a credit card? While Apple requires a credit card or other form of payment when registering, you can easily remove it. Find out how.
How to Delay Passcode Lock on the iPad
The passcode lock on the iPad is a great way to secure the device, but it can quickly become annoying if you find yourself constantly tapping in the passcode throughout the day. Luckily, there's a solution to this dilemma.