Apple will allow Chrome and Gmail to be installed as default applications

Apple is brewing a historic decision. They are going to give users the opportunity to change the default browser and email client to third-party applications. Thus, owners of the iPhone and iPad will be able to replace Safari, for example, with Chrome. And then when you click on the link in the messenger, Safari will no longer open. About the ripening revolution writes Bloomberg .

In addition to the browser and the mail client, changes can occur with the HomePod column. There they will be allowed to launch third-party music services. Now the music from Spotify on the speaker can only be heard through AirPlay. According to Bloomberg, Apple policy changes will occur before the end of the year with the release of iOS 14.

Such steps may be dictated by the antitrust litigation that started against a company in Europe.

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