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5 Critical Things You Need To Do Now

If you have already nailed our 5 critical tips - pat yourself on the back, give yourself a gold star and go to the head of the class. You rock! For everyone else we cannot recommend these tips highly enough, if you want to secure your child's iPhone or iPad and protect them from the prying eyes of hackers. As always these are just the tip of the iceberg - but you have to start somewhere. Please let us know if you find them useful and share this page with your friends and family. If you any comments or questions please contact us. 1. Update the Operating System You will occasionally see a notification on your device's Settings app. This can mean a few different things but primarily it indicat

iPhone Parenting

See our Morality Statement on our home page. I imagine we have all been there. Sitting in a restaurant, as a family, having just placed your ordered you glance around the room and see another family who whilst waiting for their food to arrive are all sat there on a smartphone or tablet, most likely with the kids wearing headphones. Maybe 'that' family is already 'your' family. But this habit is easier to change than you think. We've spoken to many customers about creating some family rules around the use of smart devices and here's what we've compiled: (feel free to add your own suggestions using our Contact page) Be a Good Role Model. This is the best way to get your kids to improve their t