Apple iOS 14 users complained about problems with third-party apps
One of the long-awaited innovations of the iOS 14 operating system is the ability to independently select the default browser and mail app instead of Apple's standard solutions. As it turned out, this feature really works — though not quite as expected by iPhone owners.
After the release of the final version of iOS 14, Apple smartphone users discovered that the system allows you to set as the default browser not only Safari but also other applications downloaded from the App Store — for example, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, DuckDuckGo, Spark and Hey. The situation is similar to the Mail app. However, these changes are saved only until the first reboot.
As soon as the owner of the smartphone turns the device off and on again, Safari and Mail again become the default applications. There is an assumption that this situation is associated with a software error, and in the next update, Apple will fix it. However, some iOS 14 users fear more bugs due to the rapid release of the operating system.