Apple’s IOS 14 and iPad OS 14 have recently introduced a number of new features to the company’s smartphones and tablets – including the option to change the default browser and default email application to services such as chrome or outlook, rather than all being handled by Apple’s native Safari and mail applications. As for email, the options available are slowly building up, and third-party developers need to update their apps to be selected as the default option on IOS 14. < p > < p > due to the sensitive information in email communications, Apple has told developers that e-mail applications & quot; must meet specific functional standards designed to ensure users’ privacy and accurate access to & quot; because they are a key communication channel. While it’s not clear what this means, it suggests that all third-party e-mail application manufacturers may need some time to configure their software to meet Apple’s requirements. < / P > < p > it is not clear when other email apps such as Edison mail and Yahoo will update their iPhone apps to support the new default options for IOS 14. < / P > < p > if you want to change the default email app to one of the following alternatives, go to the & quot; settings & quot; app on your iPhone or iPad and find the specific email app you want to set as the default. Click on the settings that say & quot; default email application & quot; in it, and then click the selected application. < / P > < p > no matter which app’s settings are opened, other available email apps (at least those that support the new default settings of IOS 14) will also appear as options. Occasionally, you need to open the email app at least once after it has updated its support for default settings before it appears in the menu. < / P > < p > last month, several users reported a bug in IOS 14 that would reset the system’s default browser and email app to safari and Apple Mail if you restart the iPhone. However, it is reported that Apple has fixed this problem in the IOS 14.0.1 update. [image] Google secretly tests 6GHz networks in 17 states of the United States