Apple is changing its compliance rules for making children's applications that would be sold in the App Store. To conform to the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act revision, Apple is telling developers the apps can no longer access kids' photos, videos and audio from those younger than 13 without verifiable parental consent. The move comes in preparation for pushing iOS 7 to the educational market, where Apple is allowing children to have their own iTunes account for the first time.

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