For parents that have an iPhone X, things are about to get a lot easier for you in iOS 11.3, which finally lets you approve app and media downloads on your child’s iPhone using Face ID instead of typing in a password.

You can ban certain apps and movies, as well as in-app purchases, directly from the Restrictions menu on your child’s iPhone, but you can also use “Ask to Buy” in Family Sharing to approve or deny their downloads. You would get a request on your iPhone, and you’d need to enter your Apple ID password to approve it.

While other iPhone models could just use Touch ID instead of a… more

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