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WHEN GIVING YOUR CHILD AN IPHONE, IPAD OR SO, YOU SHOULD MAKE SURE YOUR KID IS SAFE AND FOLLOWS THIS RULES

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  • 1. iPHONE  &  iPAD   KIDS  SAFETY   and  GOLDEN   RULES  
  • 2. •  With  its  great  mulBmedia,  gaming,  and  Internet  features,  the  iPad,  iPod   and  iPhone  are  loved  by  kids  and  teens  the  world  over-­‐-­‐and  many  ask  for   it  as  a  present  for  holidays  or  birthdays.   •  Parents  want  to  oblige  but  may  also  have  some  concerns  about  giving   their  kids  unsupervised  access  to  the  Internet.  If  you're  in  that  situaBon,   this  arBcle  offers  the  steps  to  take  before  giving  your  child  an  iPod  touch   or  iPhone.   •  WHEN    GIVING  YOUR  CHILD  AN  IPHONE,  IPAD  OR  SO,  YOU  SHOULD  MAKE   SURE  YOUR  KID  IS  SAFE  AND  FOLLOWS  THIS  RULES     •  First  you  will  have  to  configure  your  iphone  to  be  child  safety,  if  you  don’t   worried  to  do  so,  don’t  read  any  more,  you  are  an  irresponsible  parent,   but,  if  you  really  want  to  protect  your  kid,  this  is  the  first  thing  to  do.  
  • 3. IPHONE  AND  IPAD  SAFETY   1.  Create  an  Apple  ID  for  Kid   •  The  iPod  touch  and  iPhone  require  an  Apple  ID  (aka  an  iTunes  account)  for   set  up  and  to  allow  the  user  to  download  music,  movies,  apps,  or  other   content  from  the  iTunes  Store.  The  Apple  ID  is  also  used  for  features  like   iMessage,  FaceTime,  and  Find  My  iPhone.  You'll  probably  want  your  child   to  have  their  own  account  to  ensure  that  purchases  don't  get  billed  to  your   account.   •  If  your  child  has  their  own  computer,  you  can  set  the  account  up  there  and   leave  them  logged  in.  If  your  family  shares  one  computer,  you  can  set  it  up   there,  too.  Just  remember  that  each  person  should  log  out  of  their  Apple   ID  when  they're  done.     2.  Set  Up  iPod  touch  or  iPhone   •  With  the  iTunes  account  created,  you'll  want  to  set  up  the  device.   •  If  you're  seZng  the  device  up  on  a  shared  family  computer,  there  are  a   few  seZngs  to  take  note  of.  In  the  Info  tab,  you'll  want  to  make  sure  to   only  sync  an  address  book  specific  to  your  child  (rather  than,  say,  all  of   your  business  contacts),  a  calendar  specific  to  your  child,  and  be  sure  not   to  sync  your  email  accounts  to  the  device  to  prevent  them  from  reading  or   replying  to  your  email.   •  If  your  child  has  their  own  email  account,  you  can  sync  it  (or  create  one  for   them  to  sync).  
  • 4. IPHONE  AND  IPAD  SAFETY   3.  Set  Passcode     A  passcode  is  a  great  way  to  protect  an  iPod   touch  or  iPhone.  It's  a  security  code  that  you  or   your  child  will  have  to  enter  every  Bme  you   want  to  use  the  device.  You'll  want  one  of   these  in  place  in  case  your  kid  loses  the   device-­‐-­‐you  wouldn't  want  a  stranger  to  get   access  to  any  family  informaBon  (more  on   dealing  with  a  lost  or  stolen  device  in  the  next   step).   Make  sure  to  use  a  passcode  that  both  you  and   your  child  can  remember.  It's  possible  to  reset   an  iPod  touch  with  a  lost  passcode,  but  why   put  yourself  in  a  situaBon  to  need  to  do  that?    
  • 5. IPHONE  AND  IPAD  SAFETY   4.  Configure  Find  My  iPhone     If  your  child  loses  their  iPod  touch  or   iPhone,  or  has  it  stolen,  you're  not   necessarily  going  to  be  forced  to  buy  a  new   one-­‐-­‐not  if  you've  got  Find  My  iPhone,  that   is.     Find  My  iPhone  (which  also  works  for  the   iPod  touch  and  iPad)  is  a  web-­‐based   service  from  Apple  that  uses  the  built-­‐in   LocaBon  Services  features  of  the  devices  to   help  you  track  the  lost  device.  You  can  also   lock  the  device  remotely  or  delete  all  its   data  over  the  Internet.    
  • 6. IPHONE  AND  IPAD  SAFETY   5.  Set  Content  RestricEons     Apple  has  built  tools  into  the  iOS-­‐-­‐the  operaBng  system  to  let  parents   control  content  and  apps  their  children  can  access.  Use  the  Content   RestricBons  to  protect  your  kids  from  inappropriate  content  and  from   doing  things  like  having  video  chats  (innocent  enough  with  friends,  but   certainly  not  with  strangers)     If  your  child  has  their  own  computer,  you  may  also  want  to  consider   using  the  Parental  Controls  built  into  iTunes  also  to  prevent  them  from   accessing  mature  material  at  the  iTunes  Store.       If  the  family  shares  one  computer,  check  out  this  arBcle  for  Bps  on  how   to  have  mulBple  Parental  Control  seZngs  on  the  same  computer.     To  set  up  RestricEons,  open  the  SeHngs  app  and  navigate  to  General  >   RestricEons.  Enable  RestricEons  and  you’ll  be  prompted  to  create  a  PIN   that  you’ll  need  whenever  you  change  your  RestricEons  seHngs.  .  Be   sure  to  use  a  different  passcode  than  the  one  used  in  step  3.     Disable:  Safari  and  Installing  Apps.  This  will  prevent  your  kid  to  see  stuff   you  don’t  allow  him  to  or  to  have  access  to  search  engines  that  can  put   him  in  danger.       You  can  let  your  kid  do  some  Internet  search,  but  ONLY  with  a  supervise   adult.  So  is  be_er  to  have  the  family  computer  on  a  specific  transit  space   of  your  home.  
  • 7. IPHONE  AND  IPAD  SAFETY   From  here,  you  can  scroll  down   through  the  list  and  customize  the   types  of  apps,  content,  and  seZngs   you  want  your  kids  to  have  access  to.     For  example,  to  enforce  content   raBngs,  scroll  down  to  the  Allowed   Content  secBon.  Tap  the  Apps  secBon   and  you  can  choose  which  types  of   apps  your  kids  can  install.  For   example,  you  could  prevent  them   from  installing  apps  with  the  “17+”   age  raBng.  
  • 8. IPHONE  AND  IPAD  SAFETY   Be  sure  to  select  each   one  of  the  opBons  you   will  like  to  have   control  over  your  kid   informaBon  and   locaBon.          
  • 9. IPHONE  AND  IPAD  SAFETY   Don’t  allowed  any   applicaBon  that  is  not   control  by  you  to  have   access  to  your  kid   locaBon.          
  • 10. IPHONE  AND  IPAD  SAFETY   Other  seZngs  allow  you  to  lock  certain   privacy  and  system  seZngs,  prevenBng  them   from  being  changed.  For  example,  you  could   prevent  your  kids  from  changing  the  Mail  and   Calendar  accounts  on  the  device.  Near  the   bo_om,  you’ll  also  find  opBons  for  Game   Center  —  you  can  prevent  your  kids  from   playing  mulBplayer  games  or  adding  friends  in   Apple’s  Game  Center  app.     The  seZngs  you  choose  will  always  be   enforced  unBl  you  enter  the  RestricBons   screen  in  the  seZngs,  tap  the  Disable   RestricBons  opBon,  and  provide  the  PIN  you   created.     Facebook  and  other  apps  can  have  access  to   your  personal  info,  so  check  out  what  opBons   works  best  for  you.  
  • 11. IPHONE  AND  IPAD  SAFETY      It´s  be_er  if  you     don’t  let  your  kid  to   have  access  to  the   mulBplayers   centers  opBon   because  you  never   know  who  can   reach  him.        
  • 12. IPHONE  AND  IPAD  SAFETY   Guided  Access     Guided  Access  allows  you  to  lock  your   device  to  a  single  app.  For  example,  you   could  lock  your  device  to  only  run  a  specific   educaBonal  app  or  game  and  then  hand  it   to  your  kid.  They’d  only  be  able  to  use  that   specific  app.  When  they’re  done,  you  can   unlock  the  device  with  a  PIN  you  set,   allowing  you  to  use  it  normally.     To  set  up  Guided  Access,  open  the  SeHngs   app  and  navigate  to  General  >  Accessibility   >  Guided  Access.  From  here,  you  can   ensure  guided  access  is  enabled  and  set  a   passcode.        
  • 13. IPHONE  AND  IPAD  SAFETY   •  To  enable  Guided  Access,  open  the  app   you  want  to  lock  the  device  to  —  for   example,  whatever  educaBonal  app  or   game  you  want  your  kid  to  use.  Quickly   press  the  Home  bu_on  three  Bmes  and   the  Guided  Access  screen  will  appear.   •  From  here,  you  can  further  lock  down  the   app.  For  example,  you  could  disable  touch   events  completely,  disable  touch  in   certain  areas  of  the  app,  disable  moBon,   or  disable  hardware  bu_ons.   •  You  don’t  have  to  configure  any  of  these   seZngs,  however.  To  start  a  Guided   Access  session,  just  tap  the  Start  opBon  at   the  top-­‐right  corner  of  the  screen.  
  • 14. IPHONE  AND  IPAD  SAFETY   If  you  try  to  tap  the  Home  bu_on   to  leave  the  app,  you’ll  see  a   “Guided  Access  is  enabled”   message  at  the  top  of  the  screen.   Press  the  Home  bu_on  three   Bmes  again  and  you’ll  see  a  PIN   prompt.  Enter  the  PIN  you   provided  earlier  to  leave  Guided   Access  mode.     That’s  it  —  whenever  you  want  to   enable  Guided  Access,  just  open   the  app  you  want  to  lock  the   device  to  and  “triple-­‐click”  the   Home  bu_on.      
  • 15. IPHONE  AND  IPAD  SAFETY   6.  Set  Up  iTunes  Allowance     Want  your  child  to  be  able  to  buy   music,  apps,  and  movies  from  iTunes   without  breaking  your  budget?     Create  an  iTunes  Allowance  for  them.   This  lets  you  give  them  a  pre-­‐defined   amount  of  money  (from  US$10  to   $50)  every  month  to  spend  at  the   iTunes  Store.  This  way,  they  can  enjoy   new  music,  apps,  and  other   entertainment,  while  you  can  plan  for   the  cost.  Create  an  Apple  ID  for  them   to  make  sure  they  only  spend  the   amount  of  the  allowance.  
  • 16. SMARTPHONE  GOLDEN  RULES   WHEN    GIVING  YOUR  CHILD  AN  SMATPHONE,  YOU  SHOULD  MAKE  SURE  YOUR  KID  FOLLOW  THIS  RULES     1.  It  is  my  phone.  I  bought  it.  I  pay  for  it.  I  am  loaning  it  to  you.     2.  3.  4.  5.  6.  I  will  always,  always,  know  the  password.     If  it  rings,  answer  it.  It  is  a  phone.  Say”  hello”,  use  your  manners.   Do  not  ever  ignore  a  phone  call  if  the  screen  reads  "Mom"  or  "Dad".  Not  ever.     Don’t  waste  baGery  chaHng  or  playing  games,  this  phone  is  for  emergencies,  is    for  me  to  reach  you,  if   you  can  not  deal  with  that  I  will  take  it  back.   Hand  the  phone  to  one  of  your  parents  or  put  it    some  place  where  I  can  see  it  promptly  at  7:30  p.m.  every   school  night  &  every  weekend  night  at  9:00pm.  It  will  be  shut  off  for  the  night  and  turned  on  again  in  the   morning,  I  want  you  to  have  a  good  night  sleep.     (  Consider  having  a  centralized  resTng  place  for  the  phones  to  charge  up  while  family  members  are  sleeping.  There  are  lots   of  reasons  why  phones  shouldn’t  be  used  or  sending  out  audible  alerts  aVer  bedTme.  Just  because  your  phone  may  also  be   an  alarm  clock  doesn’t  mean  it  necessarily  should  be  siHng  on  your  or  your  kids’  nightstand.)   7.  Show  your  phone  manners,  No  phone  calls  to  anyone  leGer  than  9:00  p.m.  or  earlier  than  9:00  am.     8.  You  can  not  use  your  phone  at  school.    
  • 17. SMARTPHONE  GOLDEN  RULES   9.  10.  11.  Do  not  use  this  technology  to  lie,  fool,  or  deceive  another  human  being.  Do  not  involve  yourself  in   conversaTons  that  are  hur[ul  to  others.  Be  a  good  friend  first  or  stay  the  hell  out  of  the  crossfire.     Do  not  text,  email,  or  say  anything  through  this  device  you  would  not  say  in  person.     Do  not  text,  email,  or  say  anything  to  someone  that  you  would  not  say  out  loud  with  their  parents  in   the  room.  Censor  yourself.   12.  Do  not  send  or  receive  pictures  of  your  private  parts  or  anyone  else's  private  parts.  Don't  laugh.   Someday  you  will  be  tempted  to  do  this  despite  your  high  intelligence.  It  is  risky  and  could  ruin  your   teenage/college/adult  life.  It  is  always  a  bad  idea.  Cyberspace  is  vast  and  more  powerful  than  you.   And  it  is  hard  to  make  anything  of  this  magnitude  disappear  —  including  a  bad  reputaTon.   13.  Be  careful  about  any  apps  you  download  and  install.  While  most  apps  are  fine,  there  are  some  that   pose  security  and  privacy  risks.  Read  the  reviews  and  make  sure  that  the  app  is  from  a  legiBmate   source.     14.  No  porn.  Search  the  web  for  informaTon  you  would  openly  share  with  me.  If  you  have  a  quesTon  about   anything,  ask  a  person  preferably  me  or  your  father.  All  searching  engines  lake  Google  or  Safari  keep  a   track  of  your  search,  so,  if  you  open  this  door,  pedophiles  and  all  kinds  of  dangerous  people  can  reach   you.    
  • 18. SMARTPHONE  GOLDEN  RULES   15.  Turn  it  off,  silence  it  or    put  it  away  in  public  areas.  Especially  in  a  restaurant,  at  the  movies,  or  while   speaking  with  another  human  being.  You  are  not  a  rude  person;  do  not  allow  the  iPhone  to  change  that.   16.  Do  not  yell  when  speaking,  no  one  around  you  cares  about  your  conversaTon.   17.  Don't  take  a  zillion  pictures  and  videos.  There  is  no  need  to  document  everything.  Live  your  experiences.   They  will  be  stored  in  your  memory  for  eternity.     I  don’t  want  you  to  be  aGach  to  the  phone,  at  home,  leave  your  phone  at  the  desk.  Learn  to  live  without   it.  Be  bigger  and  more  powerful  than  fear  of  missing  out.     Never  text,  send  email,  use  apps  or  configure  the  phone’s  GPS  while  driving,  riding  a  bicycle  or  on  a   skateboard.  There  have  even  been  “texBng  while  walking”  accidents,  so  be  sure  that  you  don’t  hurt   yourself  and  others.   18.  19.  20.  Phone  charges  are  expensive,  That  includes  any  charges  for  calls,  text  and  data  as  well  as  the  purchasing   and  use  of  apps  and  in-­‐app  purchases.    So,  you  can  not  use  all  your  credit  on  friends  calls,  remember,   this  phone  is  for  your  safety  and  for  me  to  reach  you  or  vice  versa.   21.  If  it  falls  into  the  toilet,  smashes  on  the  ground,  or  vanishes  into  thin  air,  you  are  responsible  for  the   replacement  costs  or  repairs.   22.  You  will  mess  up.  I  will  take  away  your  phone.  We  will  sit  down  and  talk  about  it.  We  will  start  over  again.   You  &  I,  we  are  always  learning.  I  am  on  your  team.  We  are  in  this  together.