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Family Sharing and Apple ID for Children

With Family Sharing, you can create Apple IDs for children under 13. Apple IDs allow them to participate in Family Sharing and use other Apple services such as iCloud, iMessage, FaceTime, and Game Center.

To participate in Family Sharing, all family members must have their own Apple ID. Children under 13 can't create an Apple ID on their own. However, as a parent or legal guardian, the family organizer can provide verified parental consent for a child to have their own Apple ID, then create it on the child’s behalf. 

When you create an Apple ID for a child, it will be added to your family group automatically.

See here for help setting up Family Sharing and an Apple ID for a child:

https://www.apple.com/au/icloud/family-sharing/

 

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