Microsoft Edge Will Be Able to Replace Safari as Default iPhone Browser
Tuesday, 15 September 2020 An upcoming version of the Microsoft Edge browser for iOS will allow users to set it as the default browser on the iPhone. The next major iOS update, which is expected to be announced today and become available for the iPhone 6s and newer by the end of the month, will finally allow users to change the default browser on their iPhones. This is a massive change for Apple, as the company has enforced Safari as the default browser for many years already. And needless to say, there’s a chance that many users might actually give up on Safari now, switching to the likes of Google Chrome, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge. And as it turns out, switching to Microsoft Edge for daily browsing on an iPhone will be much easier, as the Redmond-based software giant has recently updated its browser with a new feature. Change coming in iOS 14 As reported by
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