Install iOS 12.4.4 If Use Screen Time
If you skipped iOS 12.2, iOS 12.3, iOS 12.3.1, iOS 12.3.2, iOS 12.4, iOS 12.4.1, iOS 12.4.2, and iOS 12.4.3, your iOS 12.4.4 update brings a couple of useful changes to Screen Time.
With iOS 12.2/iOS 12.3/iOS 12.3.1/iOS 12.3.2/iOS 12.4/iOS 12.4.1/iOS 12.4.2/iOS 12.4.3/iOS 12.4.4 on board, Downtime can be configured with a different schedule for each day of the week. There's also a brand new toggle that allows you to easily turn app limits on or off temporarily.
If you and/or your kids use Screen Time, and you skipped iOS 12.1/iOS 12.1.1/iOS 12.1.2/iOS 12.1.3/iOS 12.1.4/iOS 12.2/iOS 12.3/iOS 12.3.1/iOS 12.3.2/iOS 12.4/iOS 12.4.1/iOS 12.4.2/iOS 12.4.3, you should install iOS 12.4.4.
iOS 12.1 added the ability to change or reset your child’s Screen Time passcode using Face ID or Touch ID. This is useful if you're trying to closely monitor how much your child is using an iPhone or iPad.
On top of that, the iOS 12.1 update fixed an issue that could prevent Screen Time from reporting specific websites in the activity report.
If you want the best Screen Time experience iOS 12 has to offer, download iOS 12.4.4.