03-20-2017 04:27 PM
You can still do that with separate IDs.
If you set up family sharing (http://www.apple.com/uk/icloud/family-sharing/) you can set it to notify you every time a child tries to download an app. You can then approve the download or deny it. By default under 13s are forces to have this feature enabled (it's called Ask To Buy).
From there you'd setup find me friends geo fences so that you know who is where and when they get there.
I've got this set up and it works amazingly well.
Both my kids (9 and 5) have iPads for homework, face timing family and games at weekends and are always wanting something new. They have a simply Apple ID password to ask for new games and I get a notification on my devices when they want it. Without moving I can approve/deny it.
My 9yo has recently started being invited out with friends so she's got my old iPhone 5 which she's signed into. When she goes I set a geo fence around here intended location so I know when she's got there and when she leaves.
Mix it all with IOS restrictions and you'll be sure they are safe.
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