We just purchased for our son the new iPod Touch last week and we've set everything up over the weekend, it's working great. We've enabled restrictions, mostly to limit or block adult content and prevent in-app purchases etc... One thing we can't seem to figure out is how to disable requiring password for free downloads. When we go into Settings > General > Restrictions > Password settings, there's a toggle at the bottom to always require passwords for free downloads and every time we try to toggle it off it comes up with a message that says something about needing to be over 13 years of age. Does this mean Apple strictly forbids children 13 and under to download free apps without a password and there's no way to bypass that? I searched just about every Apple support document on this subject but there's no mention of this, in fact in one document it says that I should be able to specify this under restrictions (https://support.apple.com/en-ca/HT204030).