This is amazing. I love it.
Update: This problem went away for me with the iOS 12.1 update and the kids’ usage stats are populating correctly.
One of the first things I did when iOS 12 was publicly released was set up Screen Time on the kids devices. My wife and I use Family Sharing to manage devices and purchases for our gaggle of children. Our Family Sharing setup currently looks like this:
After years of unabated visual and functional changes, iOS 12 is Apple’s opportunity to regroup and reassess the foundation before the next big step – with one notable exception.
As with every year over the last few years, if you’re going to read an iOS review, make it Federico’s. The amount of time and detail he puts in every year is amazing and definitely worth the read.
Since the release of first 12.9″ iPad Pro in 2015, I’ve done all of my web development work on an iPad Pro.
Ed. Note: As of March 2019, I’m currently using a 64GB Space Gray Wifi-only 12.9″ iPad Pro in a charcoal gray Smart Folio, connected via Bluetooth to a Magic Keyboard. Previously, I was using a 64 GB Space Gray Wifi/Cellular 10.5″ iPad Pro with a Smart Keyboard attached.
Not only is this site coded entirely with an iPad, I also use it at work to build the ON1 site.
As you’re reading this, keep in mind that this is what works for me. Your mileage may vary depending on your setup.