How to Turn on Low Quality Image Mode on Messages

It would be an understatement to say that the Messages app – also known as iMessage – has changed how we communicate. Keeping in touch with people has become much easier, regardless of whether they’re in the same country as us. Moreover, you don’t need to worry as much about getting charged for texting people […]

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iPhone/iPad: iMessage Needs to Be Enabled to Send This Message

You’re texting someone and then when you try to send you get the message: “Cannot Send Message: iMessage needs to be enabled to send this message.” Then it forces you to accept the situation by hitting OK. There are a few ways to troubleshoot this issue, which we’ll cover below. Delete the Message The simplest […]

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How to Create iMessage Stickers on iOS 16

One of the more exciting and fun additions to iOS 16 is the ability to lift the subject of a photo, out of the photo, simply by holding your finger on the subject. This feature is called Visual Lookup and works better than you might suspect. By doing so, you can quickly and easily remove […]

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Apple Previews New iMessage and Apple ID Security Features Coming in 2023

In addition to expanding end-to-end encryption to many additional iCloud data categories on an optional basis, Apple today also announced two other new security features designed to protect against threats to user data in the cloud. iMessage Contact Key Verification Apple says the new iMessage Contact Key Verification and Security Keys for Apple ID features […]

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New EU Law Could Force Apple to Allow Other App Stores, Sideloading, and iMessage Interoperability

New EU rules came into force today that could compel Apple to let users access third-party app stores and permit app sideloading on iPhones and iPads, among other sweeping changes designed to make the digital sector fairer and more competitive. Under the Digital Markets Act (DMA), the rules will apply to tech giants that meet […]

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iPhone USB C, iMessage sur Android, calculette sur iPad : Apple enterre enfin le Lightning ! – Mac4Ever

C’est une petite déclaration qui va évidemment faire du bruit : Apple a enfin pris acte de la décision européenne de forcer les fabricants à utiliser l’USB C. Adieu le Lightning pour 2023… ou 2024 ? D’ici la fin 2024, Apple devra se conformer à la législation du Vieux Continent a confirmé Greg Joswiak (Apple), […]

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Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak Discuss USB-C on iPhone, iMessage on Android, Lack of iPadOS Calculator App, Pace of Innovation, and More

At the Wall Street Journal‘s Tech Live event, Apple’s Craig Federighi Greg Joswiak talked about a wide range of topics, including USB-C on iPhone, why iPadOS still lacks a calculator app, iMessage on Android, and more. The EU is forcing all consumer electronic devices, including the ‌iPhone‌ and AirPods, to move to USB-C by the […]

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Messages Down: Apple’s iMessage Service Experiencing Issues

The iMessage and FaceTime services available across Apple’s platforms appear to be experiencing problems at the current time, with some users unable to send messages and make ‌FaceTime‌ calls. There are a number of tweets about the issue on Twitter, and Apple’s System Status page is listing an ongoing outage. The feature is not down […]

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Mark Zuckerberg says WhatsApp is “far more private and secure than iMessage”

Back in January a Google exec picked on Apple for “green bubble bullying” via iMessage, and today Meta’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg has a bone to pick with Apple too, and it’s also about iMessage. In an Instagram post, Zuck says WhatsApp is “far more private and secure than iMessage”. It has end-to-end encryption that works […]

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Mark Zuckerberg: WhatsApp Is ‘Far More Private and Secure’ Than iMessage

Monday October 17, 2022 10:57 am PDT by Sami Fathi WhatsApp is “far more private and secure” than Apple’s iMessage platform, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has claimed in a new Instagram post. In a post sharing a Meta billboard in New York City promoting WhatsApp over SMS or iMessage, Zuckerberg said WhatsApp is far better […]

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Comment annuler ou modifier un iMessage sur l’iPhone, l’iPad et le Mac ? – BlogNT

Vous avez fait une gaffe avec iMessage ? Dans un court laps de temps, vous pouvez annuler ou modifier les messages envoyés à d’autres utilisateurs Apple depuis votre iPhone, iPad ou Mac. Il s’agit pratiquement du même processus sur chaque plateforme, que je vais vous expliquer. Pour modifier des messages texte ou annuler leur envoi, vous […]

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iPhone 14: How to Fix iMessage and FaceTime Issues After Activation

16 Hidden iOS 16 Features You Didn’t Know About Tuesday September 13, 2022 11:55 am PDT by Sami Fathi Apple this week released iOS 16, the latest version of iOS with a new customizable Lock Screen, major new additions to Messages, and enhancements to Mail, Maps, and more. Other than the headlining features, there are […]

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iOS 16 : voici comment modifier ou supprimer un message iMessage

Apple a déployé iOS 16 pour ses iPhone. La mise à jour arrive avec de nombreuses nouvelles fonctionnalités. Nouvel écran de verrouillage que vous pouvez complètement personnaliser, nouvelles fonctionnalités de l’application Mail, nouvelles options autour de la Dynamic Island, etc. Mais l’une des meilleures fonctionnalités se trouve dans l’application Messages. Apple a ajouté la possibilité […]

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Apple Releases iOS 16 With Customizable Lock Screen, iMessage Editing, Focus Updates, and More

Apple today released iOS 16, the newest operating system designed for the iPhone. As with all of Apple’s software updates, ‌iOS 16‌ can be downloaded for free. ‌iOS 16‌ is available on the ‌iPhone‌ 8 and later, with Apple this year dropping support for the ‌iPhone‌ 6s, ‌iPhone‌ 7, and the original iPhone SE. ‌iOS […]

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Everything New in iOS 16 Beta 4 For Lock Screen, iMessage, CarPlay, and More

Apple today seeded the fourth beta of iOS 16 to developers for testing. The latest beta contains a handful of new features and changes involving the Messages app, Home app, Mail app, Lock Screen notifications, CarPlay, and more. [embedded content] iOS 16 is currently in beta for developers and members of Apple’s free public beta […]

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iPhone Users Report iMessage Deactivation Issue Linked to T-Mobile eSIM Accounts

Some iPhone users on T-Mobile’s cellular service are reportedly experiencing an eSIM bug that causes iMessage and FaceTime to deactivate for their phone number, with no way to reactivate it. Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman brought the issue to light by tweeting about his own experience with the issue. Gurman said the only solution that worked […]

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Impending EU Regulation to Force Apple to Allow Third-Party App Stores and Open Up iMessage

Apple will be forced to allow users to utilize third-party app stores and payment systems, as well as make iMessage interoperable with other messaging services, by the European Union’s Digital Markets Act (DMA), according to a newly published document from the European Commission. In a questions and answers document on the Digital Markets Act titled […]

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Leaked EU Document Could Spell Major Changes for App Store, Messages, FaceTime, Browsers, and Siri

A leaked version of the European Union’s Digital Markets Act (DMA) indicates that Apple could be forced to make major changes to the App Store, Messages, FaceTime, third-party browsers, and Siri. According to a leaked working document intended to reflect the “final” version of the DMA, seen by MacRumors, the EU is planning to enact […]

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ZD Tech : Comment l’Europe va forcer WhatsApp et iMessage à fonctionner ensemble

Bonjour à tous et bienvenue dans le ZD Tech, le podcast quotidien de la rédaction de ZDNet.fr. Je m’appelle Guillaume Serries et aujourd’hui je vous explique comment l’Europe va forcer WhatsApp et iMessage à fonctionner ensemble. Voilà, vous ouvrez votre smartphone vous avez le choix. Messenger, iMessages, WhatsApp, Signal, … les applications de messageries pullulent, […]

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EU Provisionally Agrees on Law That Would Force Apple to Allow Alternative App Stores, Sideloading, and iMessage Interoperability

European lawmakers have provisionally agreed upon a new law that would force Apple to allow user access to third-party app stores and permit the sideloading of apps on iPhones and iPads, among other sweeping changes designed to make the digital sector fairer and more competitive. The European Council and European Parliament said on Friday they […]

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