Apple has released iOS 14.0.1, the first update to the newly released iOS 14 operating system. It is a free over-the-air software update that contains several bug fixes, including one for a flaw that made Safari and Mail your default apps again after a device reboot.
When Apple released iOS 14 just 14 days ago to a fanfare from the arse trumpets of the Tame Apple Press. It was supposed to let you set third-party apps as default apps. However, a bug instead caused apps to reset after the iPhone was restarted. So, if you made Chrome and Outlook your default browser and email app, then Safari and Mail would return after a reboot. Of course there was nothing anti-trusty about deleting rival's browser and mail apps by introducing a new operating system change. It was just a straight cock-up which the software division of Apple has made its specialty.
Apple's iOS 14.01 update also addresses a bug that could prevent the iPhone from connecting to some Wi-Fi networks and several other minor flaws.