Google makes fun of Apple for this iOS 14 feature

Yolanda Curtis
September 21, 2020

Owners of branded Apple smartphones running iOS 14 have lost the ability to watch YouTube through the Safari browser using the picture-in-picture mode.

The same for the green dot, which indicates that the camera is being used by an application. Here it does not matter if it is Chrome, Edge, or any other web browser you want to use. Since then there have been no updates to iOS or Safari, so it's not clear what's going on.

Enter the settings of the new browser that you have installed.

If you update your iPhone to iOS 14, then you might have noticed a yellow dot on your device and you might be wondering why is there a yellow dot on the screen?

Unfortunately, there are a few notable missing browsers from the list. This is the latest iteration of the smartphone operating system from Apple that has introduced a lot of new features with respect to privacy and security. Firefox Focus, Opera Touch, Dolphin and Ghostery don't support the feature either, but we'll keep an eye out if any of these gain support in the future. What happens is that at whatever point they set the default program to Google's Chrome, for instance, it functions true to form, and tapping any connection in an application or program will open Chrome on the iPhone.

Widgets are great at providing at-a-glance information that you don't typically want to dive into an app to retrieve, right on your homescreen where you need them.

Some notable missing email apps include Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Polymail and Edison Mail. Some can shortcut to useful features, like the search widget built into Google's iOS app, but most are made primarily to reduce the amount of time you spend actually inside the apps themselves.

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