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Apple says it removed parental control apps for security reasons, not competition

CNET ---------- Apple on Sunday fired back at a New York Times report that said the company has been using its hold on the App Store to hurt competitors' products. A Saturday report in the Times said that in the past year, Apple has targeted 11 of the 17 most downloaded third-party apps designed to help phone users limit screen time or oversee their children's phone use. Apple either removed the apps from the App Store outright or restricted them in some way, the Times said. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.

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