One of many greatest usability enhancements in iOS 14 is that it permits customers to alter the default mail and browser app to a third-party one. Nevertheless, there was a bug within the first iOS 14 launch that reset the mail and browser app choice again to inventory after a reboot. Apple mounted that with the iOS 14.0.1 replace however one other bug has been found with Apple’s implementation.
As being reported, each time one updates the third-party browser or e mail app that has been set as default, iOS 14 will swap again to Safari or Mail because the default app. This implies you probably have Outlook because the default mail app in your iPhone and in the event you replace it, iOS 14 will swap again to the Mail app because the default one. Even in the event you change the default app again to Outlook, the choice can be robotically reset each time Outlook is once more up to date. That is an annoying bug and one which exists even within the lately launched iOS 14.1 replace.
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It’s clear that Apple nonetheless has just a few kinks to work out in its implementation of setting default apps in iOS. After all, that is the primary time since iOS inception that Apple is permitting customers to alter the default app within the OS. Till Apple will get round to fixing this bug, the most effective answer is to show off automated app updates in your iPhone.
[Via The Verge]