Sometimes do you wonder if you had the chance that you couldn’t have sent a text message? Whether it was a text to the wrong person or said something you shouldn’t have, people might have their own fair share of a moment of text regret.
Apple might have to be the one to change the game. According to reports, the messages can be retracted through iMessage. Apparently once the message is retracted, a notification with very fine print will pop up in the conversation notifying everyone involved that the message was unsent.
Right now, there is no word on what the time limit is on when you can unsend the messages. Also, the feature may not be available if the person on the receiving end of your text messages has an android.
With every new release, it feels like Apple tries to do their best to listen to the needs of their users. The new feature is reportedly set to be a part of the next iOS update for iPhone users. The news comes just a few weeks after Apple warns customers there may be a shortage of phones given the Coronavirus outbreak.
“Hacking” at one point was a major issue and Apple did the MOST to ensure iPhone were safe. Sometime before, they offered $1M to any hacker that can prove they were able to hack into someone’s phone. We haven’t heard of anyone claiming the $1M prize, as far as we’re concerned.