Apple new software upgrade, in iOS 12 introduced Screen Time, which is make to provide you with information on how you are using your time on your iPhone and iPad.
With Screen Time, we can see how often we pick up our iOS device, which apps we are using, which apps are sending the most notifications, and other details.
Open Screen Time
All Screen Time features are actually available in the Settings app.
1 Open up the Settings app.
2. Scroll down to the “Screen Time” section that’s grouped with Notifications, Sounds, and Do Not Disturb.
3 Tap on “Screen Time” to see your usage statistics.
4. Question ask by is this phone for yourself or your child?
Screen Time Syncing
Screen Time statistics are collected from all iOS devices running iOS 12 where you’re logged in with your iCloud account.
Devices” from the upper right hand corner.
Information Available in Screen Time
When you open up Screen Time, a chart is displayed with information on your last 24 hours of iPhone usage, organized by each individual app or which app category you’ve used the most, such as Productivity, Games, Creativity, or Messages.
Screen Time Features
In the Screen Time section, you can set scheduled Downtime for yourself to restrict yourself (or a child) from using apps outside of those that have been allowed with App Limits, you can set specific time limits on app categories like social networking or games, and you can access Content & Privacy Restrictions, useful if you’re managing a child’s device.
Disabling Screen Time
If you don’t want to use Screen Time, you can turn it off in the Settings app.
1 Open the Settings app.
2 Tap “Screen Time.”
3 Scroll down to “Turn Off Screen Time” and tap it.
Turning off Screen Time on your device will delete all app, website, and notification history. You can re-enable Screen Time at any time, but it does not save data nor does it begin collecting data until enabled.