WhatsApp is rolling out video support for Facebook and Instagram content, in addition to some changes aimed at group administrators like the ability to revoke admin rights and select who can change a group’s subject, icon and description.
Our new video guy Harris Craycraft takes a closer look at Apple’s first developer beta of iOS 11.4 for iPhone and iPad, providing a handy walkthrough of the new features, including the ClassKit framework, AirPlay 2, Messages in iCloud and stereo HomePod support.
The macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 update packs in several under-the-hood tweaks, a bunch of security fixes and some feature additions, including better support for external GPUs, Business Chat in Messages and more. Read the official release notes for detailed information.
You couldn’t glean this from the changelog that only mentions bug fixes, but WhatsApp’s most recent update extends the timeframe from revoking sent messages from about eight minutes to more than an hour.
Apple’s Messages app offers the ability to copy a text or iMessage, wholly or partially. Doing so lets you paste the whole conversation or part of it into an entirely new text or another app, like Mail or Notes.