Can't send photos or videos on iMessage? Check out these troubleshooting tips to follow and fix the frustrating issue of photos and videos refusing to send via iMessage.
In iOS 17.2 and later, you can separetly customize how your contact poster is shared in the Messages, FaceTime and Phone apps on your iPhone.
If you haven’t already heard, Apple announced plans to incorporate RCS (Rich Communication Services) to supplant SMS and MMS in a future iOS update. This is a major departure from Apple’s previous stance on this issue and was undoubtedly fueled by hard pushes from global governments and end users alike.
iOS 17.2 expands Apple's Sensitive Content Warning feature to detect nudity in two new places on your iPhone, including reaction stickers in the Messages app.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to use the iOS 17 Check In feature in iPhone Messages to automatically let your friends and family know you've safely arrived at your location.
Learn how to supercharge your texting experience by using apps or extensions inside Apple Messages on your iPhone and iPad running iOS 17 or iPadOS 17.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to take control of someone else's Mac while they are sharing their screen with you.
Have you ever wanted to speed up a long voice message playback? In this tutorial, we'll show you how to increase the playback speed of voice messages to 1.25x, 1.5x, and 2x within the Apple Messages app on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Additionally, we'll provide instructions to do the same thing in WhatsApp and Telegram.
In this fun little tutorial, we will show you how you can react to an iMessage using one of the countless emojis on your iPhone and iPad running iOS 17 and iPadOS 17.
With the AutoFill feature in Apple's Messages app, you can quickly share a saved password or contact details via iMessage or SMS on an iPhone, iPad or Mac.
iOS 17 lets you access the Photos picker in the Messages app much faster than hitting the + button to get to the hidden menu with the Photos option.
Find out how to manually pick your preferred messaging app, like WhatsApp, Telegram, LINE, Google Chat, or something else, each time you send a message to someone using Siri on your iPhone.