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ReadThisThing (Apr 16th, 2018)

I believe that for Apple to maintain and even grow its customer base it can solve this problem at the platform level, by empowering users to understand more about how they use their devices. To do this, it should let people track their digital activity in detail and across all devices.

Tony Fadell, a former Apple engineer credited with helping invent the iPod and iPhone, now says the company should address the problem of digital addiction. His words have a particular sense of urgency in the wake of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's testimony last week on Capitol Hill.

Read: The iPhone changed our lives. Now Apple needs to tackle addiction

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