Managing your children’s smartphone use

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With children receiving a smartphone at younger ages, mom and dad may be concerned that once their young ones pick up the phone, they'll never put it down.

That's why Apple is being urged to address phone addiction among its youngest customers.

The tech giant has vowed to introduce new controls to help parents better manage their children's phone use.

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