Question Some questions about the iPad

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Regarding your questions about ad blockers and specific browsers:

1. **Brave Browser**: The Brave browser does not natively support importing filter lists for its ad blocker. However, Brave's built-in ad and tracker blocker is designed to block ads and trackers automatically without the need for manual filter list imports. Brave focuses on providing a privacy-focused browsing experience by blocking ads and trackers by default.

2. **NextDNS and AdGuardDNS**: Both NextDNS and AdGuardDNS are DNS-based ad blockers that work at the network level to block ads and trackers before they reach your device. These services typically offer the ability to create custom blocklists and allow users to import filter lists to enhance ad blocking capabilities. You can customize your ad blocking preferences by adding specific filter lists to these services.

3. **Spin Browser**: Spin Browser is a privacy-focused browser that aims to provide a secure and ad-free browsing experience. The free version of Spin Browser does not display ads to users. It blocks various categories of content to enhance privacy and security, including trackers, cookies, and scripts that can compromise user data. Spin Browser is designed to prioritize user privacy and security while offering a seamless browsing experience.

When choosing a browser with ad-blocking capabilities, consider your preferences for customization, privacy features, and ease of use. Each browser and ad-blocking service may offer unique features and settings that cater to different user needs. It's recommended to explore the options available and choose the one that aligns best with your browsing preferences and privacy requirements.
Does the Spin browser free version block social media, streaming websites, and mixed-content websites? Please factually respond to the Spin browser's current free version, 2.0.17.
 

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Does the Spin browser free version block social media, streaming websites, and mixed-content websites? Please factually respond to the Spin browser's current free version, 2.0.17.
As of version 2.0.17, the Spin browser's free version includes ad blocking and content blocking features that aim to enhance user privacy and security. While specific details about the categories of content blocked in the free version may vary, Spin Browser typically includes blocking capabilities for various types of content, such as trackers, cookies, and scripts that can compromise user data.

Regarding the blocking of social media, streaming websites, and mixed-content websites in the free version of Spin Browser, it's important to note that the level of blocking may depend on the specific settings and configurations within the browser. Spin Browser's ad and content blocking features are designed to provide users with a more secure and private browsing experience by blocking potentially harmful or intrusive elements on websites.

To determine the exact categories of content blocked in the free version of Spin Browser, you may refer to the browser's settings or documentation for more detailed information. Additionally, exploring the settings related to content blocking within the browser can help you understand which types of content are being blocked and how you can customize these settings to suit your preferences.

If you have specific concerns about the blocking of social media, streaming websites, or mixed-content websites in Spin Browser's free version, you may consider reaching out to Spin Browser's support or consulting their official documentation for detailed information on the ad and content blocking capabilities offered in the current version of the browser.
 

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As of version 2.0.17, the Spin browser's free version includes ad blocking and content blocking features that aim to enhance user privacy and security. While specific details about the categories of content blocked in the free version may vary, Spin Browser typically includes blocking capabilities for various types of content, such as trackers, cookies, and scripts that can compromise user data.

Regarding the blocking of social media, streaming websites, and mixed-content websites in the free version of Spin Browser, it's important to note that the level of blocking may depend on the specific settings and configurations within the browser. Spin Browser's ad and content blocking features are designed to provide users with a more secure and private browsing experience by blocking potentially harmful or intrusive elements on websites.

To determine the exact categories of content blocked in the free version of Spin Browser, you may refer to the browser's settings or documentation for more detailed information. Additionally, exploring the settings related to content blocking within the browser can help you understand which types of content are being blocked and how you can customize these settings to suit your preferences.

If you have specific concerns about the blocking of social media, streaming websites, or mixed-content websites in Spin Browser's free version, you may consider reaching out to Spin Browser's support or consulting their official documentation for detailed information on the ad and content blocking capabilities offered in the current version of the browser.
Does using the Screen Time API mean the third-party software is using the OS's built-in restrictions and not providing their own?
 

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Does using the Screen Time API mean the third-party software is using the OS's built-in restrictions and not providing their own?
When a third-party software utilizes the Screen Time API on iOS or iPadOS, it means that the app is integrating with the operating system's built-in Screen Time features to access and manage certain restrictions and controls. The Screen Time API allows developers to interact with Screen Time data and settings, enabling them to incorporate parental control features, time management tools, and usage monitoring capabilities within their own apps.

While third-party apps can leverage the Screen Time API to enhance their functionality and provide additional monitoring and control options to users, it does not necessarily mean that they are solely relying on the OS's built-in restrictions. Third-party apps can complement the existing Screen Time features by offering their own unique restrictions, settings, and monitoring tools that work in conjunction with the Screen Time framework.

By using the Screen Time API, third-party software can access data related to app usage, screen time statistics, downtime schedules, app limits, and content restrictions set up through Screen Time. This integration allows developers to create more comprehensive parental control solutions or time management tools that align with the user's preferences and requirements.

In summary, while the use of the Screen Time API indicates that a third-party app is leveraging the OS's Screen Time framework, it does not necessarily mean that the app is limited to the built-in restrictions. Third-party apps can provide additional features and customization options beyond what the native Screen Time functionality offers, enhancing the overall user experience in managing screen time and device usage.
 
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When a third-party software utilizes the Screen Time API on iOS or iPadOS, it means that the app is integrating with the operating system's built-in Screen Time features to access and manage certain restrictions and controls. The Screen Time API allows developers to interact with Screen Time data and settings, enabling them to incorporate parental control features, time management tools, and usage monitoring capabilities within their own apps.

While third-party apps can leverage the Screen Time API to enhance their functionality and provide additional monitoring and control options to users, it does not necessarily mean that they are solely relying on the OS's built-in restrictions. Third-party apps can complement the existing Screen Time features by offering their own unique restrictions, settings, and monitoring tools that work in conjunction with the Screen Time framework.

By using the Screen Time API, third-party software can access data related to app usage, screen time statistics, downtime schedules, app limits, and content restrictions set up through Screen Time. This integration allows developers to create more comprehensive parental control solutions or time management tools that align with the user's preferences and requirements.

In summary, while the use of the Screen Time API indicates that a third-party app is leveraging the OS's Screen Time framework, it does not necessarily mean that the app is limited to the built-in restrictions. Third-party apps can provide additional features and customization options beyond what the native Screen Time functionality offers, enhancing the overall user experience in managing screen time and device usage.
Does the third-party software need to add a Configuration File on the iPad when using the Screen Time API?
 

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Does the third-party software need to add a Configuration File on the iPad when using the Screen Time API?
When a third-party software integrates with the Screen Time API on iOS or iPadOS, it typically does not require the addition of a configuration file on the iPad. The Screen Time API allows developers to access and interact with Screen Time data and settings directly through their apps without the need for users to manually add configuration files.

Instead, developers can utilize the Screen Time API within their apps to retrieve information such as app usage data, screen time statistics, downtime schedules, app limits, and content restrictions set up through Screen Time. This integration enables third-party software to enhance their features by incorporating Screen Time-related controls and monitoring capabilities seamlessly within the app interface.

By leveraging the Screen Time API, third-party developers can provide users with additional tools for managing screen time, setting restrictions, and monitoring device usage, all within the app itself. This integration streamlines the user experience and allows for a more comprehensive approach to screen time management without requiring users to handle configuration files manually.

In conclusion, when using the Screen Time API, third-party software can access Screen Time features and settings directly without the need for users to add configuration files on the iPad. The API integration enables developers to enhance their apps with screen time management capabilities while maintaining a user-friendly and intuitive experience for users.
 
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When a third-party software integrates with the Screen Time API on iOS or iPadOS, it typically does not require the addition of a configuration file on the iPad. The Screen Time API allows developers to access and interact with Screen Time data and settings directly through their apps without the need for users to manually add configuration files.

Instead, developers can utilize the Screen Time API within their apps to retrieve information such as app usage data, screen time statistics, downtime schedules, app limits, and content restrictions set up through Screen Time. This integration enables third-party software to enhance their features by incorporating Screen Time-related controls and monitoring capabilities seamlessly within the app interface.

By leveraging the Screen Time API, third-party developers can provide users with additional tools for managing screen time, setting restrictions, and monitoring device usage, all within the app itself. This integration streamlines the user experience and allows for a more comprehensive approach to screen time management without requiring users to handle configuration files manually.

In conclusion, when using the Screen Time API, third-party software can access Screen Time features and settings directly without the need for users to add configuration files on the iPad. The API integration enables developers to enhance their apps with screen time management capabilities while maintaining a user-friendly and intuitive experience for users.
Can I confirm from the Screen Time settings if the third-party software is using the Screen Time API?
 

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Can I confirm from the Screen Time settings if the third-party software is using the Screen Time API?
As of the current implementation of Screen Time settings on iOS and iPadOS, there is no direct indication within the Screen Time settings that explicitly confirms whether a third-party software is utilizing the Screen Time API. The Screen Time settings primarily provide users with information and controls related to their device usage, app limits, content restrictions, and downtime schedules set up through the native Screen Time feature.

While the Screen Time settings offer transparency and control over how users manage their screen time and app usage, they do not specifically display information about third-party apps that may be integrating with the Screen Time API. The integration of third-party software with the Screen Time API is typically managed within the app itself, and users may not see detailed information about this integration directly in the Screen Time settings.

If you are interested in understanding whether a specific third-party app is utilizing the Screen Time API for additional controls or monitoring features, you may need to refer to the app's documentation, support resources, or settings within the app itself. Developers of third-party apps that leverage the Screen Time API may provide information about their integration with Screen Time and how it enhances the app's functionality for managing screen time and device usage.

In summary, while the Screen Time settings on iOS and iPadOS offer valuable tools for managing screen time and app usage, they do not explicitly indicate whether a third-party software is using the Screen Time API. Users seeking information about third-party app integrations with Screen Time may need to refer to the app-specific resources provided by the developers of those apps.
 
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As of the current implementation of Screen Time settings on iOS and iPadOS, there is no direct indication within the Screen Time settings that explicitly confirms whether a third-party software is utilizing the Screen Time API. The Screen Time settings primarily provide users with information and controls related to their device usage, app limits, content restrictions, and downtime schedules set up through the native Screen Time feature.

While the Screen Time settings offer transparency and control over how users manage their screen time and app usage, they do not specifically display information about third-party apps that may be integrating with the Screen Time API. The integration of third-party software with the Screen Time API is typically managed within the app itself, and users may not see detailed information about this integration directly in the Screen Time settings.

If you are interested in understanding whether a specific third-party app is utilizing the Screen Time API for additional controls or monitoring features, you may need to refer to the app's documentation, support resources, or settings within the app itself. Developers of third-party apps that leverage the Screen Time API may provide information about their integration with Screen Time and how it enhances the app's functionality for managing screen time and device usage.

In summary, while the Screen Time settings on iOS and iPadOS offer valuable tools for managing screen time and app usage, they do not explicitly indicate whether a third-party software is using the Screen Time API. Users seeking information about third-party app integrations with Screen Time may need to refer to the app-specific resources provided by the developers of those apps.
Does Kaspersky Safe Kids install a configuration file, and do users need to perform additional manual steps for using the Kaspersky Safe Kids version with the Screen Time API?

Does Kaspersky Safe Kids install a configuration file for the free version, and does using the Kaspersky Safe Kids version with the Screen Time API require the premium version?
 

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Does Kaspersky Safe Kids install a configuration file, and do users need to perform additional manual steps for using the Kaspersky Safe Kids version with the Screen Time API?

Does Kaspersky Safe Kids install a configuration file for the free version, and does using the Kaspersky Safe Kids version with the Screen Time API require the premium version?
Kaspersky Safe Kids is a parental control application that offers features to help parents monitor and manage their children's online activities. When using Kaspersky Safe Kids on iOS or iPadOS devices, the app does not require users to install a configuration file manually. The setup process typically involves downloading and installing the Kaspersky Safe Kids app from the App Store and following the on-screen instructions to configure parental control settings.

Regarding the integration of Kaspersky Safe Kids with the Screen Time API, the app may utilize the Screen Time API to enhance its functionality for managing screen time, setting app limits, and monitoring device usage. Users may not need to perform additional manual steps to enable this integration, as the app should handle the communication with the Screen Time API seamlessly within its own interface.

As for the free version of Kaspersky Safe Kids, it may offer basic parental control features such as content filtering, screen time management, and app usage monitoring. The availability of specific features, including integration with the Screen Time API, may vary between the free and premium versions of the app.

In general, using the Screen Time API with Kaspersky Safe Kids should not require the premium version of the app. However, certain advanced features or capabilities related to screen time management and device usage monitoring may be part of the premium subscription offering.

If you are considering using Kaspersky Safe Kids with the Screen Time API and have specific questions about the features available in the free and premium versions of the app, it is recommended to review the app's documentation, contact Kaspersky's support team, or explore the app's settings to understand the full range of parental control features and integration options available.
 
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Kaspersky Safe Kids is a parental control application that offers features to help parents monitor and manage their children's online activities. When using Kaspersky Safe Kids on iOS or iPadOS devices, the app does not require users to install a configuration file manually. The setup process typically involves downloading and installing the Kaspersky Safe Kids app from the App Store and following the on-screen instructions to configure parental control settings.

Regarding the integration of Kaspersky Safe Kids with the Screen Time API, the app may utilize the Screen Time API to enhance its functionality for managing screen time, setting app limits, and monitoring device usage. Users may not need to perform additional manual steps to enable this integration, as the app should handle the communication with the Screen Time API seamlessly within its own interface.

As for the free version of Kaspersky Safe Kids, it may offer basic parental control features such as content filtering, screen time management, and app usage monitoring. The availability of specific features, including integration with the Screen Time API, may vary between the free and premium versions of the app.

In general, using the Screen Time API with Kaspersky Safe Kids should not require the premium version of the app. However, certain advanced features or capabilities related to screen time management and device usage monitoring may be part of the premium subscription offering.

If you are considering using Kaspersky Safe Kids with the Screen Time API and have specific questions about the features available in the free and premium versions of the app, it is recommended to review the app's documentation, contact Kaspersky's support team, or explore the app's settings to understand the full range of parental control features and integration options available.
It seems F-Secure installs a VPN configuration for its parental control. I'm using AdGuard, which also uses a VPN configuration.
Can you have multiple VPN configurations on an iPad?
Can you have multiple file configurations on an iPad?
Can you have VPN and file configurations on an iPad?

Can you make Safari close tabs on closing and always start with one tab?
 
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Kaspersky Safe Kids is a parental control application that offers features to help parents monitor and manage their children's online activities. When using Kaspersky Safe Kids on iOS or iPadOS devices, the app does not require users to install a configuration file manually. The setup process typically involves downloading and installing the Kaspersky Safe Kids app from the App Store and following the on-screen instructions to configure parental control settings.

Regarding the integration of Kaspersky Safe Kids with the Screen Time API, the app may utilize the Screen Time API to enhance its functionality for managing screen time, setting app limits, and monitoring device usage. Users may not need to perform additional manual steps to enable this integration, as the app should handle the communication with the Screen Time API seamlessly within its own interface.

As for the free version of Kaspersky Safe Kids, it may offer basic parental control features such as content filtering, screen time management, and app usage monitoring. The availability of specific features, including integration with the Screen Time API, may vary between the free and premium versions of the app.

In general, using the Screen Time API with Kaspersky Safe Kids should not require the premium version of the app. However, certain advanced features or capabilities related to screen time management and device usage monitoring may be part of the premium subscription offering.

If you are considering using Kaspersky Safe Kids with the Screen Time API and have specific questions about the features available in the free and premium versions of the app, it is recommended to review the app's documentation, contact Kaspersky's support team, or explore the app's settings to understand the full range of parental control features and integration options available.
It seems F-Secure installs a VPN configuration for its parental control. I'm using AdGuard, which also uses a VPN configuration.
Can you have multiple VPN configurations on an iPad?
Can you have multiple file configurations on an iPad?
Can you have VPN and file configurations on an iPad?

Can you make Safari close tabs on closing and always start with one tab?
 
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It seems F-Secure installs a VPN configuration for its parental control. I'm using AdGuard, which also uses a VPN configuration.
Can you have multiple VPN configurations on an iPad?
Can you have multiple file configurations on an iPad?
Can you have VPN and file configurations on an iPad?

Can you make Safari close tabs on closing and always start with one tab?
On iPad, you can have multiple VPN configurations set up simultaneously. This means that you can have multiple VPN apps installed and configured on your device, each with its own VPN profile and settings. Having multiple VPN configurations allows you to switch between different VPN services or settings based on your preferences or requirements.

Regarding file configurations, iPads do not have a direct concept of "file configurations" in the same way as VPN configurations. However, you can have multiple file management apps installed on your iPad, each with its own set of configurations for managing files, documents, and data.

Yes, you can have both VPN configurations and file management configurations set up on your iPad concurrently. This means you can use VPN apps for secure internet browsing and data protection while also utilizing file management apps for organizing, accessing, and sharing files on your device.

As for Safari browser settings, currently, Safari on iPad does not have a built-in feature to automatically close tabs when you close the browser. However, you can manually close tabs in Safari by tapping on the tab view icon and swiping left on the tabs you want to close.

Additionally, Safari does not have a native setting to always start with a single tab. Each time you open Safari, it will typically display the tabs that were open during your last browsing session. You can manually close extra tabs to start with just one tab, but Safari does not have a specific setting to enforce this behavior automatically.

If you prefer a browser that always starts with a single tab, you may consider exploring alternative browsers available on the App Store that offer this feature or customization options to meet your specific preferences for tab management.
 
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On iPad, you can have multiple VPN configurations set up simultaneously. This means that you can have multiple VPN apps installed and configured on your device, each with its own VPN profile and settings. Having multiple VPN configurations allows you to switch between different VPN services or settings based on your preferences or requirements.

Regarding file configurations, iPads do not have a direct concept of "file configurations" in the same way as VPN configurations. However, you can have multiple file management apps installed on your iPad, each with its own set of configurations for managing files, documents, and data.

Yes, you can have both VPN configurations and file management configurations set up on your iPad concurrently. This means you can use VPN apps for secure internet browsing and data protection while also utilizing file management apps for organizing, accessing, and sharing files on your device.

As for Safari browser settings, currently, Safari on iPad does not have a built-in feature to automatically close tabs when you close the browser. However, you can manually close tabs in Safari by tapping on the tab view icon and swiping left on the tabs you want to close.

Additionally, Safari does not have a native setting to always start with a single tab. Each time you open Safari, it will typically display the tabs that were open during your last browsing session. You can manually close extra tabs to start with just one tab, but Safari does not have a specific setting to enforce this behavior automatically.

If you prefer a browser that always starts with a single tab, you may consider exploring alternative browsers available on the App Store that offer this feature or customization options to meet your specific preferences for tab management.
Can only one configuration or VPN configuration work at a time on the iPad?
 
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Can only one configuration or VPN configuration work at a time on the iPad?
On iPad, only one VPN configuration can be active at a time. When you connect to a VPN service through a VPN app and activate the VPN connection, it will override any other existing VPN connections on your device. This means that if you are already connected to a VPN and then try to connect to another VPN service, the new VPN connection will replace the existing one.

While you can have multiple VPN apps installed on your iPad and configure them with different VPN profiles, you can only have one VPN connection active at any given time. Switching between VPN services typically involves disconnecting from the current VPN connection before connecting to a different VPN server or service.

It's important to note that when using VPN services on your iPad, you should be aware of the implications of having a VPN connection active, such as potential impacts on network performance, privacy, and access to certain online services. Additionally, managing VPN configurations and connections effectively can help you ensure that you are using VPN services in a way that aligns with your privacy and security needs.
 
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On iPad, only one VPN configuration can be active at a time. When you connect to a VPN service through a VPN app and activate the VPN connection, it will override any other existing VPN connections on your device. This means that if you are already connected to a VPN and then try to connect to another VPN service, the new VPN connection will replace the existing one.

While you can have multiple VPN apps installed on your iPad and configure them with different VPN profiles, you can only have one VPN connection active at any given time. Switching between VPN services typically involves disconnecting from the current VPN connection before connecting to a different VPN server or service.

It's important to note that when using VPN services on your iPad, you should be aware of the implications of having a VPN connection active, such as potential impacts on network performance, privacy, and access to certain online services. Additionally, managing VPN configurations and connections effectively can help you ensure that you are using VPN services in a way that aligns with your privacy and security needs.
Is closing the iPad with sleep mode on safe? Does it affect the device or battery?
 
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Is closing the iPad with sleep mode on safe? Does it affect the device or battery?
Closing the iPad with sleep mode on is a common practice and is safe for the device. When you press the power button to put your iPad to sleep, it enters a low-power state where the screen turns off, but the device remains operational in the background. This sleep mode is designed to conserve battery life while allowing you to quickly resume using the iPad when you wake it up.

Putting your iPad to sleep by closing the cover or pressing the power button does not have a significant impact on the device or the battery. In fact, sleep mode is a standard feature of iPads and is intended to help you save battery power when the device is not in active use.

When your iPad is in sleep mode, it continues to perform background tasks such as receiving notifications, checking for updates, and maintaining essential functions while consuming minimal power. This allows you to quickly wake up the device and resume your activities without having to go through a full startup process each time.

Overall, using sleep mode to put your iPad to sleep is a safe and convenient way to conserve battery life and ensure that the device is ready for use when you need it. It is a standard feature of iPads and is designed to optimize power management without causing any harm to the device or the battery.
 
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Closing the iPad with sleep mode on is a common practice and is safe for the device. When you press the power button to put your iPad to sleep, it enters a low-power state where the screen turns off, but the device remains operational in the background. This sleep mode is designed to conserve battery life while allowing you to quickly resume using the iPad when you wake it up.

Putting your iPad to sleep by closing the cover or pressing the power button does not have a significant impact on the device or the battery. In fact, sleep mode is a standard feature of iPads and is intended to help you save battery power when the device is not in active use.

When your iPad is in sleep mode, it continues to perform background tasks such as receiving notifications, checking for updates, and maintaining essential functions while consuming minimal power. This allows you to quickly wake up the device and resume your activities without having to go through a full startup process each time.

Overall, using sleep mode to put your iPad to sleep is a safe and convenient way to conserve battery life and ensure that the device is ready for use when you need it. It is a standard feature of iPads and is designed to optimize power management without causing any harm to the device or the battery.
Does Apple remove the child's account from family sharing when you contact them?

Is there a limit to creating @icloud.com accounts with an iPad?
 

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Does Apple remove the child's account from family sharing when you contact them?

Is there a limit to creating @icloud.com accounts with an iPad?
Apple does not typically remove a child's account from Family Sharing on your behalf. As the family organizer, you have the ability to manage your family group and can remove a child's account from Family Sharing directly from your device's settings. However, if you're encountering issues or need assistance, Apple Support can provide guidance on how to manage your Family Sharing settings.

As for creating @icloud.com accounts, Apple does impose a limit. Each Apple ID can activate up to three additional @icloud.com email addresses. Also, you can create a new Apple ID on your iPad, but you're limited to three Apple IDs per device. Remember, each Apple ID requires a unique email address, so you can't use the same email for multiple Apple IDs. It's also worth noting that Apple recommends using a single Apple ID for all Apple services to maintain a streamlined experience.
 

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Apple does not typically remove a child's account from Family Sharing on your behalf. As the family organizer, you have the ability to manage your family group and can remove a child's account from Family Sharing directly from your device's settings. However, if you're encountering issues or need assistance, Apple Support can provide guidance on how to manage your Family Sharing settings.

As for creating @icloud.com accounts, Apple does impose a limit. Each Apple ID can activate up to three additional @icloud.com email addresses. Also, you can create a new Apple ID on your iPad, but you're limited to three Apple IDs per device. Remember, each Apple ID requires a unique email address, so you can't use the same email for multiple Apple IDs. It's also worth noting that Apple recommends using a single Apple ID for all Apple services to maintain a streamlined experience.
You cannot remove the child's account, but you can transfer it to a new family. Does Apple Support help remove the child's (under 13) account?

Can you delete an @icloud.com account to create a new one if you have exhausted the three-account limit?
 

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