Two Apple investors want the company to study limiting children's iPhone use

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Kids and smartphones has always been a sensitive topic, but now a two Apple investors are calling on the tech giant to actually do something about it. 

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According to a story from the Wall Street Journal, Jana Partners LLC and the California State Teachers’ Retirement System sent a letter to Apple asking the iPhone maker to "develop new software tools that would help parents control and limit phone use more easily and to study the impact of overuse on mental health."

The two groups control about $2 billion in Apple stock, which is a small chunk given the company's market value is over $900 billion.  Read more...

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