As far as iOS releases go, iOS 14 was not particularly buggy, but it was also not entirely hassle-free.
Now Apple has released an update that brings the version number to iOS 14.0.1, and fixes a bug that resets the default browser and email apps of Apple Safari and Mail every time the device is restarted.
In iOS 14, Apple introduced the ability to change default browser and email apps to something other than Apple’s default apps; For example, you can set your browser to Firefox and your email app to Gmail. But it was not very useful with the phone going back to the default settings on reboot.
The new version of iOS fixes a couple of other, minor bugs, including an issue that could prevent iPhone from connecting to Wi-Fi networks, a bug that prevents camera previews from appearing on iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, a bug that could prevent sending e-mails with some vendors, and a problem that may prevent images from appearing in the News module.
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You can get the new version of iOS by going to Device Settings -> General -> Software Update.