By Becca Ludlum
Parents can create an Apple ID for their child under the age of thirteen. This allows the child to be a part of the Family Sharing plan on iPhone, which includes access to FaceTime, Game Center, iMessage, iCloud, and iTunes. By creating an Apple ID for your kid or kids, you can also enable Ask to Buy, which requires your approval before they can make purchases from iTunes, iBooks, or the App Store. You can add children to the family account on various devices including iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad. Here’s how to set up and create an Apple ID for your child.