Jason Cipriani from cnet said that One of the proudest bragging rights Android owners have used against iPhone owners over the years has been the ability to change the default apps their phones use. Well, that and the ability to fully customize their home screen.
With the release of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, you can feel Apple loosening its grip on the iPhone and iPad by adding the option to put widgets on the iPhone’s home screen, create custom app icons and, although somewhat limited, change the default apps for email and web browsing.
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