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Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Apple prepares a strict parental control for iPhone and iPad


The world of technology is shaken daily with such force, that it is rare the day we meet some high interest news or a few that do not go unnoticed by almost anyone. The last of those that arouse much interest has Apple in the focus of the news and is that after an open letter signed by the invermentos of the company based in Cupertino, we have known interesting things that we will find in the future.
The letter entitled "Think Differently About Kids" asks Apple to improve the functions of parental control in iOS . The response has not been long in coming, and that's where the news is, confirming that new functions and improvements are planned in this regard for future updates.
Apple has wanted to record through a statement that anything a child can do connected to the network of networks in iOS, can be blocked by an adult. Luckily, in Cupertino people think in a similar way to how all concerned parents think, which will soon introduce improvements in parental control .
"WE HAVE A GREAT REGARD FOR HOW OUR PRODUCTS ARE USED AND THE IMPACT THEY HAVE ON USERS AND THE PEOPLE AROUND THEM. WE TAKE THIS RESPONSIBILITY VERY SERIOUSLY AND ARE COMMITTED TO MEETING AND EXCEEDING THE EXPECTATIONS OF OUR CUSTOMERS, ESPECIALLY WHEN IT COMES TO PROTECTING CHILDREN "
At the moment no details have been released about the new features and improvements that Apple can develop for parental control of iOS, but everything points to these will allow greater control to parents. In the open letter, investors asked for a time limit on the screen or a monitoring of hours of use, two characteristics of the most interesting that anyone with minors in charge would appreciate.
Without a doubt, it is great news that Apple is working on an improvement in parental control of iOS , which currently allows many actions, but honestly I think not enough to keep our children away from the many dangers that a mobile device can offer. or tablet.

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