4 June 2018
“In iOS 12, we’re offering our users detailed information and tools to help them better understand and control the time they spend with apps and websites,
how often they pick up their iPhone or iPad during the day and how they receive notifications,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president
of Software Engineering. “We first introduced parental controls for iPhone in 2008, and our team has worked thoughtfully over the years to add features
to help parents manage their children’s content. With Screen Time, these new tools are empowering users who want help managing their device time, and
balancing the many things that are important to them.”
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