Just curious considering it's somewhat of a common occurrence where somewhere behind me at most public places i'll see a kid with an iOS device. Obviously not walking with them and making calls, but like at restaurant tables and such. Obviously just observing isn't enough to deduce if those iOS devices were specifically purchased just for the kid in mind, or indeed belong to the parents/adults that surrender them at certain moments in need of a well behaved kid. The real reason that led me to wonder all this and ask the question listed in the title is because I would imagine many people, like myself, have certain important apps that we make want kids to access to. Perhaps primarily due to not wanting to kids to get into our Numbers spreadsheet and accidentally messing something up, or one of the million other things i've seen kids do with their folks iOS devices.. like changing all the contact info by mistake, or email, or something you know? Maybe I wouldn't be bringing this up if iPad had multiple account login.