Apple announced their iOS 14 update back in June, and it was released on September 16th. However, it comes with an unexpected bug, according to users.
The bug apparently resets to default Apple apps when the device is restarted. CNET stated on their blog that Apple was fully aware of the bug, and plan on taking care of the issue in the next update.
So if you prefer using other apps, like your browser or mail, simply go into your settings, scroll down until you see the browser or mail app, and change which one you’d rather acquire as your default.
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