Shareholders and parents have been asking Apple for months to address how addictive smartphones are and to offer tools to deal with the problem. Late Wednesday, Apple posted a new resource page outlining what parents can do now to monitor their kids' iPad and iPhone use.
There are no new features on this resource page, though Apple in January said that it is working on "new enhancements" to address concerns about problematic tech use - a response to investors asking for more "choices and tools to help [parents] ensure that young consumers are using your products in an optimal manner."
Instead, the page lists a number of Apple settings, including parental...
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