Currently Being ModeratedJan 28, 2013 11:04 AM (in response to jgavs)
This is going to sound condescending, I know... but take it away from him at night? Keep it in your bedroom or a place he can't get at? Give him consequences if you catch him using it at night?
As a school teacher who advises parents on proper technology use, these are the approaches I try to give out instead of pure technology solutions.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 28, 2013 11:21 AM (in response to jgavs)
As the others said, the best answer is to take it away. Other options...
There are no "nanny" apps that I'm aware of, but I could be wrong.
If you connect his iCloud account to your AppleID, you can go to the iCloud site and lock the device.
You should be able to log into your wireless router and lock out that device (exactly how you do this will depend on the details of your router).
A new app called Parentkit for iPhone is available at the apple app store that allows you to control (disable, schedule) apps, safari and videos on your child's iPhone remotely from your own device. We've been using it for a few weeks and it works great. www.parentkit.co