Apple to Launch ‘Digital Health’ to Fight iPhone and iPad Addiction

June 1, 2018  Source: Ddu 294

Yesterday, Apple announced that they are planning to introduce new features for iPhone and iPads called “Digital health” on this coming Monday (4th June 2018) at WWDC 2018- Apple Worldwide Developer Conference.

Digital Health — said to launch as a segment of Apple's new iOS 12 operating system — which will reportedly assist apple users manage how much time they spend on their iPhones and iPads with tools that show how long users spend inside apps. The company is also planning to include other features like tools to keep you update on the stock market

Earlier this month, Google introduced same features when it launched the new version of Android, called Android P. App dashboards that will show limits for apps, a new feature where users won't be able to access the application after they've used them for a fixed amount of time during the day. The Google’s new feature all introduce a "Do Not Disturb" mode that silences all alerts & notification, and also a "Wind Down" function that turns the phone grayscale at a predetermined time so that the Android P user can prepare to go to sleep at night.

Apple usually introduces the new version of its operating system during its WWDC meeting and then rolls it out to consumers in the fall.

By Ddu
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