Apple is taking active steps to block Facebook's data collection practices.
In iOS 12, the upcoming version of the software that underlies the iPhone and the iPad, Apple is adding a collection of features that are created to help people control how they use their devices.
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Screen Time also allows users to see which apps they spend the most time on, the number of notifications they receive and how often they pick up their device and remain glued to their screen.
You can set per-app or overall-usage time limits, manage app access for other users (such as children), set up warning pop-ups when you're close to hitting a preset usage time limit, and more. Apple's senior vice-president of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi, said that there would be greater protection for users against developers that want to collect and use their data.More news: Model 3 is on target, says Elon Musk
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Parents can choose specific apps like Phone or Books, that will always be available, even during downtime or after a limit is spent.
Thus, if you are also excited for the iOS 12release, the above dates are the ones when you will be able to use them. Now that the announcements have been made, fans are eagerly awaiting the newer features which will streamline their devices and make them more efficient.
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