iPhone users may soon be able to select their own default apps

iPhone users may soon be able to select their own default apps

According Bloomberg, Apple is considering opening up its iOS and iPad OS so that users can select their own default apps. Also, the Cupertino tech giant may also open up its HomePod speaker to third-party music streaming services like Spotify and Pandora. The report comes from unnamed sources close to the situation. Apple has yet to make any official comment on the matter.

The company is looking into giving users a choice to select a third-party web browser and mail app for starters. Apple has long been scrutinized for locking in its native apps as default without giving users the option to change them.

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