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Apple Going After Apps Designed To Limit Screen Time

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Apple Going After Apps Designed To Limit Screen Time

Apple Going After Apps Designed To Limit Screen Time

Apple is cracking down on popular apps that help customers curtail their screen-time usage.

The move prompted two such apps to file a complaint with the European Union, according to The New York Times.

This push roughly coincides with the tech giant's stated commitment to helping customers and parents limit their technology usage.

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