So it came out recently that our boy (7) and 2 others (8 and 9) have all seen/watched some pretty dirty stuff on an iPad (porn, death, etc...you know the typical crappy stuff kids can access these days without proper supervision/controls). All 3 kids have their own iPads (or use their parents). While ours is locked down with parental controls, who knows what could have happened. Long story, but when we got word of this from another parent, we confronted our son and he (and eventually the 9 year old) both are pointing to the 3rd boy as being the culprit of sharing the videos at his house. No one is innocent here. All 3 apparently lied when asked what they were watching at various times over last summer at this kids house. "Allegedly" Sound lovely huh? (sigh) We're gonna get these kids all together and hopefully figure out what went down because the 3rd boy is denying it. At the very least I'm glad it's out there and stopped. Not sure what will come of this but figured talking about it together is better than not. Plus, we're all neighbors and generally get along and see each other lots and our kids play together often. So my question is...if this browsing took place last summer for several months, is there any way to access the browsing history at this point on each iPad? I'm probably the most tech savvy of the parents but I don't get into this kind of stuff often so I figured I'd hop on the forum here to see if there's ways or 3rd party apps or something that would allow us to go into an iPad and unlock it's true history, at least dating back to this time last year. From what I know Safari history goes back only a month. And while there's incognito mode and private ways of browsing, I'm wondering if there's something I can do when if I gain access to each of these iPads tonight or whenever we all meet up to discuss. Thanks for your help and welcome to the wonderful world of being a parent in this time.