Apple admits key iPhone & iPad parental controls don’t always work

Apple has admitted that one of its main parental control features isn’t behaving as expected, but it did say that it’s working to improve matters.

The Screen Time feature is designed to allow parents to control how much time their children spend using their iPhones and iPads. The expected behavior is that devices would stop functioning, or apps would refuse to launch unless authorized by a parent, after a set time. However, that isn’t necessarily happening in all cases.

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