“The App Store makes it quick and easy to buy and download new software for your iOS device,” Dan Moren reports for Macworld. “But for the parents of iPhone-, iPad-, or iPod touch-toting kids, that process might be a little bit too easy.”
“Stories of kids racking up outrageous charges on their parents’ credit cards have grabbed headlines lately, and while Apple has responded to concerns from parents and politicians about the ease of accidental purchases, some of the burden still falls on you to secure an iOS device before handing it off to your child,” Moren explains.
Moren writes, “If your iPad or iPhone winds up in your kids’ hands on occasion, there are a few simple steps you can take to avoid unwanted purchases.”
Read more in the full article – recommended – here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn W.” for the heads up.]