Parents can make an iPad safe for a child to use by spending a few minutes customizing the parental controls on their device, through a setting called
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Parents can make an iPad safe for a child to use by spending a few minutes customizing the parental controls on their device, through a setting called Screen Time.Parents can restrict an iPad’s online access, choose which apps are allowed, and can even monitor screen time. iPad parental control settings are passcode protected, so not just anyone can turn them off — you need the code. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. My son is five-and-a-half years old, and this being 2019, he has an iPad. Okay, he has two, but one was a hand-me-down and now mostly collects dust, while the other is brand new and probably has more processing power than my laptop. But because this is 2019, there is no way my wife and I are going to let our kid have free reign over a device that can access the web, be used as a communication device, and that can incur charges in all sorts of ways, like through app (or in-app) purchases. So we took the time to apply the parental controls every iPad comes included with. And here’s the good news: it really didn’t take much time to do. Setting parental controls on an iPad requires just a few taps, and once you have your controls customized and passcode protected, switching them on and off takes all of ten seconds. How to set parental controls on an iPad1. Launch the Settings app. 2. Tap the “Screen Time” tab. Navigate to “Screen Time.” Steven John/Business Insider 3.