“I can understand how some parents would be upset if Apple didn’t have some kind of controls to limit the use of the iPhone and iPad, but the fact is they do,” Jim Dalrymple writes for The Loop.
“I read Sarah Perez’s story on TechCrunch ‘Apple’s iPad Needs A Kid Mode. Like, Yesterday‘ and was kind of amazed at how much blame was put on Apple,” Dalrymple writes.
“The simple fact is, as parents, it’s up to us to monitor what our kids do with technology or any toy,” Dalrymple writes. “Apple provides more controls than most of the toys our kids play with.”
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MacDailyNews Take: The United States of America. Where the greatest freedom is the one from personal responsibility.
MacDailyNews Note: More info about understanding Restrictions (Parental Controls) in iOS 6 here