Earlier this week, the New York Times posted a detailed report highlighting how Apple removed third-party parental control apps from the App Store that offered features similar to Screen Time. Following a backlash, Apple’s Eddy Cue replied to an email in great detail mentioning how such apps were using MDM (Mobile Device Management) and posed a risk to user data and privacy. Apple then went ahead and even posted an official statement about the same. Now, one of the parental app developers — OurPact — has hit back at Apple and called the company’s statements false.

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