Apple Wants To Help You And Your Kids Put The iPhone Down

Apple has promised to add more “robust” parental controls to monitor the use of its

Apple has promised to add more “robust” parental controls to monitor the use of its

In case you missed it, earlier this week Apple announced the latest updates and features to its software at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2018) in California.

Anyone can easily see how much time they are spending on their device each day including how many times you actually pick it up to check it.

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There's also "App Limits", which will allow you to limit usage to certain apps by setting a time limit and and receive alerts when that time is nearly up.

Also, there will be more control options for parents, which will allow them to make decisions regarding their children's usage of the phone.

At this point it is unclear whether Back to My Mac will make a return to macOS Mojave in a future beta release or if this is the end of a feature that has been around for some years but has dwindled in popularity. You can also get a feel for the software's performance on your phone or tablet, an intriguing proposition for those of you struggling on iOS 11.

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Apple said its popular FaceTime service can now include up to 32 people in a video call.

Using the functionality, you'll be able to assign specific words or phrases to open up and control specific apps. So, all the features of iOS 12 along with security upgrades will be available on the five-year old iPhone 5S as well.

However, the new iOS 12 will not be available until September, when Apple will announce the new iPhones at its press event. Tell us your concerns and things you are most excited about in the comment section below.

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