Apple introduced a feature to control applications on children’s smartphones

It will help parents limit the time that the child spends with the phone.

Photos of The Telegraph
Photos of The Telegraph

Apple at the WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) introduced a new feature called Allowances in iOS 12 to monitor children’s smartphones. Its goal – to give parents the opportunity to limit the time that the child spends with the smartphone.

Parents will be able to receive notifications about how many children use applications, and remotely prohibit them from using. To do this, you need to activate the Family Access feature.

For the first time, we introduced the parental control function in 2008, and for several years our team has been working hard to ensure that parents can monitor what their children are using.

Craig Federigi
Senior Vice President, Software Development, Apple
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