Nearsightedness, also known as nearsightedness, is increasingly common in children today. It is claimed that part of the reason for this situation is that the screens are too close to the face. Naturally, iPhone or iPad screens are also included in this risk factor.
Apple highlighted this issue during its WWDC event in June, saying it wants to help out as the maker of the iPhone and iPad that are so popular with kids. In iOS 17, Apple asked you to move your device away from your face if you hold your device too close to your face for too long. A new feature called Screen Distance. makes available.
Screen distance is the distance from your device screen to check if you are holding the device at least 30 centimeters away from your eyes. True Depth Camera uses. Therefore, this feature requires an iPhone or iPad with Face ID and the necessary sensors. Apple does not take any photo or video during the transaction and Screen distance data remains on your deviceemphasizes that it was never transferred to the company.
If you or your child bring the iPhone or iPad too close to their face, they will see a warning on the screen and will not be able to use the device until they move it further and press the Continue button. However, this alert does not appear immediately: you need to hold your phone or tablet very close to your face for about five minutes for the alert to appear.
Screen Distance is currently in public beta for iOS 17 or iPadOS 17. After running iOS 17 or iPadOS 17, Settings > Screen Time > Screen DistanceYou can go ahead and enable screen distance. If you have set a Screen Time passcode, you must enter the passcode to turn on Screen Distance.