If you don't want to use Mail for email or Safari for surfing, you can download alternatives such as Sparrow or Firefox instead.
Heck, you can even set them to be the default apps if you want, enabling you to ignore Mail, Safari and Apple's other apps altogether. While many great alternatives to i OS's default apps do exist, you'll find that i OS always reverts to the defaults for certain things.
Security specialist Palo Alto Networks reported the breach, which was the result of a piece of malware that it refers to as Key Raider and was instigated by hackers in China.
(Some of the victims were also Chinese, but affected users were located in 18 countries all told.) The firm discovered the hacked user data on the black market, where it was being downloaded and used to make fraudulent in-app purchases.
(You may get round this by 'unjailbreaking' your device before taking it to an Apple Store for servicing.) The way you jailbreak your i Phone depends on which version of i OS you're running.