Should we blame the companies that create addictive smartphones or blame ourselves for giving our kids the devices?
The California State Teachers’ Retirement System and Jana Partners LLC asked Apple to help protect kids from smartphone addiction. While Apple said they take the issue very seriously, they already have parental control features built into the iPhones and iPads. A new update that includes more parental features is coming soon.
“We think deeply about how our products are used and the impact they have on users and the people around them,” said Apple in the statement. “We take this responsibility very seriously and we are committed to meeting and exceeding our customers’ expectations, especially when it comes to protecting kids.”
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