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Apple in a recently published support document outlined code configurations, special restrictions and settings developers need to implement in order to offer apps as default alternatives to Safari and Mail in iOS 14 . When iOS 14 debuts this fall, users will for the first time be able to replace Apple's default Safari and Mail apps with third-party options. Developers must adhere to Apple's rules to be eligible for consideration as an alternative. Detailed in a support document , spotted by MacStories' Federico Viticci on Monday , Apple's guidelines note third-party apps must meet certain criteria before being considered as system defaults. As it applies to web browser apps, eligible titl... Full story

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