Customers have discovered a significant bug in Apple’s iOS 14 iPhone programming.
The free programming redesign, which Apple made openly accessible Wednesday, incorporates highlights numerous clients had since quite a while ago requested, for example, better approaches to compose applications, living projects called gadgets on the home screen, and the capacity to change which default applications the telephone uses to peruse the web or send an email.
A developing tune of Twitter clients has been posting about the bug in Apple’s default email and default internet browser alternatives. What happens is that at whatever point they set the default program to Google’s Chrome, for instance, it functions true to form, and tapping any connection in an application or program will open Chrome on the iPhone. In any case, at that point, if they restart the telephone, iOS 14 changes that default back to Apple’s Safari.
We know about an issue that can affect default email and program settings in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. A fix will be accessible to clients in a product update, Apple said in an announcement.
Google and Microsoft didn’t react to demands for input.
“We expect whatever issue is going on here will get settled soon,” another program creator, DuckDuckGo, said in an announcement. Mozilla said it’s working with Apple to determine the issue for its Firefox program.
The bug is an update that even though Apple’s been freely trying its new iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 programmings since the since declaring it in the mid-year, the organization’s infrequently ready to resolve bugs before discharge completely. This is incompletely why CNET’s commentators prescribe backing up your telephone to the cloud or a PC before any redesign.