The constant dings. The aimless scrolling. The privacy worries. The.
I don't feel healthy using an iPhone. It leaves me concerned about my mental health and questioning just how addicted my brain is to all these noisy, shallow apps. And yet this is a tool I need to do my job and survive in this world.
So it's quite welcome news to knowto help me get more control over these screen addiction problems. to help curb dependence and cut the noise.
But wait… we now need an app to save us from our app problem?
So when Apple swoops in with new screen limit tools, it's not merely done to save us. Apple needs to do this to save the iPhone, to save itself -- to keep people from hating the device.
And for Apple to salvage this relationship with our iPhone, it needs us to back off a bit -- but yet still keep folks enamored enough to want to buy a new phone every year.
Allow me to break it down in the video embedded below:
: Siri shortcuts, group FaceTime and "Memoji" -- Animoji of you.
: Everything Apple just announced.
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