Can iPhones harm your child? 2 shareholders want Apple to address the issue

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Can iPhones harm your child? 2 shareholders want Apple to address the issue

The shareholders' letter proposes modifying the initial setup on an iPhone to let parents set appropriate limits on their child's access to the device

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