We have a guide that covers How to disable in-app purchases on an i Phone here.
While this removes the nuisance of having to turn restrictions on and off every time you want to use it, you will need to switch from your Apple ID to your child's and vice versa.
However, the benefit is that you can ensure that your child's Apple ID has no credit card on file, meaning there's no money for them to spend in the first place.
Wow, I can’t believe people still hit up this old post.
Anyways it would appear that nobody searches the comments for answers so here’s a quick rundown of the most commonly posted questions/problems.
Review Sciphone i9 (more) Dual sims – yes, you can have both active at the same time.
Not sure how it works if you receive 2 calls at the same time though. Memory – the max is 2GB, however newer versions/firmware may support larger sizes.
I’m not going to tell you where what files go where, you should be able to figure it out on your own. I’ve tried it, it works, stuff gets dumped into the bluetooth folder (received files or something like that). If you don’t want your phone to vibrate or ring at all (ie. There are already quality issues with the phone to begin with.
silent mode) set the alert type to ring, then change the volume down the lowest setting. Let’s face it, you are the owner of a fake Chinese clone of an i Phone.
Having read all this advice, you might be thinking: "What about when want to use my i Pad?
" Apple recommends that, for children over 13, you should create an individual Apple ID for them to use.
Mine only takes 2GB and it’s a Kingston brand so I can confirm that is compatible.