Protect your phone and other devices from your toddler techie…you cannot be too careful. These kids are clever and computer fearless. Here is an article you need to read.
If you read yesterday’s post on the little girl who accidentally spent $1,400 on her mom’s iPhone, it gave pause for thought on the various ways we can better protect our phones – and our bank accounts. If an 8-year-old can do that much damage, imagine what a toddler with little inquisitive fingers and a blissful obliviousness could do.
Luckily, there are a few options available for addressing this exact quandary. First, double check the parental controls that are built-into your device’s operating system. The iPhone 4 in particular has controls that let you to restrict access to certain apps, browsers, iTunes and more. A website called iPhone and Kids has a helpful guide which takes you through setting these controls.
via Protecting Your Device From The Dangers of…Toddler Hands – Parenting.com.
BubCap is my recommendation for those of you with i-Phones.