One of the most anticipated features of iOS 14 allows users to select certain third-party apps to be the default browser or email app on their iPhone models. For example, if an iPhone user wants to replace Safari as the default browser on his phone with Firefox or Chrome, this can be done. If the user wants to replace Apple’s Mail client as the default email app with Gmail, Outlook, or Yahoo Mail, this can be done as well.
Video evidence. pic.twitter.com/wCwmahEnDE
— David Clarke (@DCOneFourSeven) October 21, 2020
Surely Apple won’t let this issue stew too long. After all, opening up iOS just a tad to allow some customization is a major theme for iOS 14 and the optics for Apple wouldn’t look too good if bugs prevented users from taking advantage of these changes.
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