So as of IOS 14 Apple is allowing Default Browser Change from Safari. You will now be able to easily change your default browser for handling links and web browsing from Safari to other Browsers such as Chrome and Firefox to name a few.
This is great news for those who use another browser primarily and a welcomed change.
This article on: iOS 14 Default Browser Change will take you through the process and show you what to do.
What device will this work on?
This one will work on any IOS 14 device such as iPhone, iPad and so on. So devices such as your iPhone 11 and other device should have no issue with setting the desired browser as your default.
How to Change Default Browser App IOS 14?
In order to change your default Web browser in IOS 14 please make sure you have a secondary browser installed. In this case I will use Chrome as the secondary browser.
1.Go ahead and go to settings on your device.
2.Scroll all the way down and find your browser in this case mine is Chrome and select it.
3.Where it says default Browser App ho ahead and click.
4.Change the default from Safari to Chrome.
That’s it and you can now easily click on any link and your default browser will handle it.
Watch my video guide right now and see exactly how to deal with this issue.
In some cases users reported that as soon as they rebooted their device the default browser would switch back to its default. In such a case IOS 14.0.1 is now out and it fixes this problem.
So if you are having issues do a update to the latest version of IOS and it should fix the issue.
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