IOS 12 introduces new features to help you curb your iPhone addiction

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Apple isn't new to the idea of selling ads in apps.

The forthcoming controls are aimed at addressing criticism that devices are becoming increasingly addictive and distracting, especially for children.

According to the newspaper, the new project Apple will expand the business of search advertising in the App Store, is estimated at $1 billion.

Even better yet, a users' video square will enlarge when they are speaking, and reduce in size when they are silent, making video chatting with so many people less confusing. People will get "detailed daily and weekly Activity Reports".

"Apple at least seems to be hearing what people are saying and trying to do something about it", he said. These tools will become available to developers sometime in 2019, though Apple already used internal versions of these tools to bring iOS apps like Apple News and Stocks to macOS Mojave. The display can also be set to dim automatically just before bedtime.

In an effort to reduce clutter on the home screen, Apple introduced grouped notifications, which will collect notifications together by app.

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There are tons of paid iOS apps in App Store & Apple offers them to download at a reduced rate or download for free for a limited time but it does not notify which iPhone paid app or game has gone free to download for that period.

Apple is taking a swipe at ubiquitous "share" buttons created by Facebook and others to track users' behavior online regardless of whether they click on them. Unlike those rivals, though, it only works on Apple hardware - Macs, iPads and iPhones.

He also said Apple would crack down on so-called "fingerprinting", in which data companies identify specific devices by creating a unique fingerprint based on a device's particular configuration settings, installed fonts and plug-ins. Instead, Apple will send out generic information to make all Apple devices look alike.

Apple generally has shied away from businesses that require sharing more data about its customers, but it may need to shift in a competitive market against ad giants Google and Facebook, who can deliver marketers some kind of assurance that their ads are reaching target audiences. Amazon, by contrast, was much more open to controlling apps with its Alexa assistant.

Apple rolled out new support for augmented reality as it unveiled a new format for digital objects that appear to live in the real world. What remains to be seen is whether there is enough of a compelling reason for someone to use AR, even if it's built-in to everyday apps. The Siri tool will also suggest notification changes for apps that are not in use. That followed similar moves by Google at last month's I/O conference.

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