Apple should do more to combat smartphe addicti, insists iPod-Ty Fadell

Apple must examine the problem of smartphe addicti, says former Apple executive and "father of the iPod" Ty Fadell, suggesting the iPhone maker to find a way to combat the levels of unhealthy use of the device, potentially informing users. how much time is spent watching their screens every day.

Recognizing the dream of Apple's founder Steve Jobs to produce "a computer for the rest of us" from 1976 was realized decades later via the mass adopti of smartphe, Fadell warns the success of Hardware like the iPhone also introduces addicti and abuse issues.

Addicti is not just a problem "Facebook" or "Kids", he writes in an editorial of Wired because everye has seen their lives change since l? introducti of the iPhone. The ever-cnected nature of email, messaging, shopping and other services "seems benign" to Fadell, but suggests "we use them more than we know."

"There is no csensus what cstitutes a healthy use of equipment. …

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