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If anyone else uses your iPad, could be problems.
Problems you might encounter, range from a child deleting your favorite app to discovering that his favorite new iPad game allowed him to rack up hundreds of dollars worth of charges.
It could even result in identity theft if you left your iPad alone for a few minutes in the wrong place.
Fortunately, the iPad and iPhones, as well as, iPods come with a set of controls that you can apply to reduce the chances of seeing any problems when you allow others, not just kids to use an iPad.
On the iPad these are called Restrictions – and here’s of how they can be setup: