iMessage is Apple's built-in instant messaging (IM) service. It lives inside the Messages app on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch. On the iPhone it works alongside — and often replaces — carrier SMS and MMS. On the iPad provides similar functionality, allowing you to send text, picture, video, voice memo, location, contact, and other types of messages to anyone else using an iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
Google has posted a happy birthday for SMS and, while doing so, called on Apple to finally kill it off.
Leaker Majin Bu says that a new version of iMessage is on the way including a "new home, chat rooms, video clips, and new chat features in AR."
Apple doesn't look likely to bring RCS support to the iPhone if Tim Cook's recent comments are any indication.
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Google has launched a new campaign called "Get the Message" where the company is attempting to shame Apple into adopting RCS.
The United States Secret Service says that it may disable iMessage on Secret Service members' work phones going forward due to those messages being lost.
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