In the official version of IOS 14, one of the biggest changes introduced by apple is to allow third-party applications to replace Safari and Apple Mail as the default browser and email processing application. With third-party software updates, Safari’s current alternatives include chrome, edge, Firefox and duckduckgo. < / P > < p > in order to be a candidate for the default browser, developers must update their applications. All browsers still need to use WebKit as their underlying browsing engine, which means that the main difference between them will be due to their user interface and how they synchronize with other platforms, rather than how they render web pages fundamentally. Currently, only a limited number of browsers can be set as the iPhone’s default browser. < / P > < p > there are no alternatives except chrome, edge, Firefox and duckduckgo. The verge has tested several browser applications and has not been supported yet. Foreign media the verge has downloaded browsers recommended in the list of “best IOS browsers”, including brave (although the company has confirmed that its latest version of browser is currently passing Apple’s audit program) and opera touch (opera’s IOS version), dolphin, ghost, UC browser and Aloha. < / P > < p > so far, there seems to be a bug in IOS 14 that resets the default browser to safari whenever the device is restarted. Apple has not responded to our request for comment on the error, but we hope to fix it with an upcoming IOS patch. Global Tech