Apple's iOS 12 update included the introduction of native screen-time tracking and parental controls, and third-party developers of such tools have since come under greater scrutiny from the company, with some such tools being eliminated from the App Store. Sarah Perez investigates Apple's seemingly inconsistent approach to the matter and what it means for developers.
A look at Apple's crackdown on 3rd-party screen-time apps
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