Apple really wants to limit our dependence on the iPhone?
In a recent interview, Tim Cook said that “Screen Time” of iOS 12 has opened my eyes and made me understand that he was using her iPhone too much. Apple really wants to save us from dependence on smartphones?
Was the now way back in January, when a group of Apple shareholders asked the company to find a solution to a growing problem among teenagers and not only that: the dependence on the smartphone.
In the letter, the shareholders said they were concerned about the impact that prolonged use of smartphones could have on young users. In practical terms, it was proposed to Apple to add new features to the parents that they were going to restrict the use of the iPhone to their children, but also for those who wanted to monitor their usage habits.
More or less the one that it has integrated Apple's iOS 12, with the function of Screen Time. This function provides useful information on the time spent in individual apps and on the web sites. It then creates an Activity Report daily and weekly that shows the total time spent in each app, the time dedicated to the various categories of app, the number of notifications received and how often the user takes in hand their iPhone or iPad.
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