IPHONE users can finally retrieve texts on iMessage after clicking “Send”.
Apple just announced a bunch of new features for iMessage at its annual WWDC event.
Features include the coveted ability to take back a text message after you’ve sent it.
Users can also edit text messages and get rid of embarrassing typos after hitting send.
It’s important to note that these features only work between iMessage users and not between SMS.
A third clever tool Apple has announced is the ability to mark text threads as “unread” after opening them.
This feature helps users reply to text messages at a later time after they have already opened them.
A game changer
For years, iPhone users have wanted a tool to recall text messages after they’ve been sent.
Just a week ago, a thread highlighting the issue went viral on Twitter.
“Apple, we need Un-Send for iMessage,” Twitter user @BigNeyogems said – the tweet received more than 100,000 likes.
Platforms like WhatsApp have long provided their users with such a feature.
And now it seems Apple has finally caught up with the technology.
What is the Apple WWDC 2022?
WWDC is Apple’s annual developer conference where app makers gather in large numbers.
Apple also uses the event to make important announcements about its products.
The event usually attracts thousands of visitors, but in 2020 WWDC was purely virtual for the first time.
Last year’s WWDC event followed with an online-only experience.
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