Apple rolls out iOS 14.0.1 update, fixes an ‘annoying’ bug

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But Apple is working its best to make this new update it a problem-free one. While some iPhone users may be quick to hold off on the iOS 14 upgrade to give Apple more opportunity to suppress the unavoidable rundown of launch bugs, early adopters are being compensated with this functionality.

That app is now your default mail app.

Yes, you heard it right.

In software update, you will see options for iOS 14.0.1 or iPadOS 14.0.1 update click on the button.

It must be famous that the app at the moment within the beta stage and is out there by way of Apple's TimeFlight beta testing program. "Generally, everything is moving this direction anyway". Choosing a default browser means http and https links are opened in that app; default emails open mailto links.

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Android users have the option to set other messaging platforms as default.

Facebook owns the three world's most favorite messaging apps WhatsApp, Instagram, and Messenger. Named as Access Dots, this indicator turns out to be helpful, since it has already received a good rating from users. Now it also wants our text messaging. The new recent update of fearless added support for this feature and allowed users to set courageous as the default iPhone or iPad web browser instead of Safari. No way, it's not required nether it is necessary. Apple has certainly warmed up to the idea of third party applications being used as defaults, and pushing the same idea to messaging could be beneficial for Apple users.

What it will do with this information?

The simplest solution we suggest here to force close the app and re-open the app again.

The home screen widgets will not be Limited for only Apple's apps henceforth and will expand for other apps too. It will just add to our privacy and security nightmare regarding Facebook.

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