Like on iOS, parents whose kids have a Mac could use Screen Time as a nanny filter to block adult websites, so I can see it being a popular feature. Apple also offers a Shortcuts app users can download to further streamline tasks through Siri, and the report indicates this app will soon be available for the Mac, too. This includes the new Shortcuts app which Apple has previously introduced on iOS 12. Until now, the feature has been limited to iOS.
Apple has plans to bring more iOS features, including Screen Time and Siri Shortcuts, to macOS later in 2019, according a new report from 9to5Mac. Apple will reveal a lot more about macOS as well as iOS at its WWDC conference which is set to be held in June.
Secondly, we have the Screen Time functionality making its way to macOS. With this feature, users can see how much time they're spending staring at the screen, how much time they spend on particular apps and also what category of apps. iPhone users now have the option of limiting the amount of time on specific apps as well.
‘House of horrors’ children forgive parents
The victims were forbidden to shower a few times a year, were unable to use the toilet and none of them had ever seen a dentist. Both parents offered tearful apologies in court, expressing their own hopes that their children succeed in all their endeavors.
Climate change activists take to streets in Dublin
With the pink boat no longer at Oxford Circus, supporters have sat down in a circle at the centre of the junction. Police officers, who far outnumbered them, approached to warn them of potential arrest for trespassing.
Inside the ruined Durban church where 13 people died
Police are still at the scene and a total of 29 people have been transported to hospital, police told local news. Addressing the media, Oliphant said she had planned to attend the Easter Friday service at the same church.
As 9to5mac reports, "Apple is working on bringing the Mac and iOS closer together with the introduction of macOS 10.15 and iOS 13". This feature will work just as it does on the iPhone, says 9to5Mac, and there will be a new section in the System Preferences option to manage it. And it could be coming to the Mac, although I hope Automator sticks around. While it is already possible to use an iPad as an external display for Macs, thanks to paid-for third-party solutions such as Luna Display, the aim here is for Apple to integrate the function directly into its operating system. With its Mojave release a year ago, for example, Apple brought iPhone apps such as News, Stocks, and Voice Memos to the Mac.
Mac users can now use the Apple Watch to unlock their Mac, but a new report claims Apple is planning to expand authentication beyond that to give Macs without Touch ID some of the same features.