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Cell phones are a great gift, but sometimes kids need a watchful eye. Check out this new program that does just that!
Giving your child unlimited access to media their cell phone exposes them to things you can’t control — unless you filter them. Here’s how to set up those parental controls on iPhone.
This week: an Apple location-tracking scandal. The new iPhone 11 reports your location even when you change your privacy settings to stop it from happening.
Kids are smarter than Apple thought, and they have figured out how to bypass Apple Screen Time. See what the company is NOT doing to help parents.
When you use AirDrop to send files on your iPhone, you may be enabling strangers to learn your phone number along with personal information.
Apple’s new FaceTime Attention Correction feature uses AI for eye focus versus true eye-to-eye contact. Why parents might want to switch this feature off.
AirDrop is a great tool… until somene uses it for harrassment. (Thanks, trolls, for ruining everything.) Here’s how to set up AirDrop Parental Controls.
If you’re too tired, too crabby, or just caught up in Game of Thrones, Google Assistant can read a book to your child for you. But is that wise?