This post tackles an issue affecting iMessage on a Mac computer after installing macOS Mojave update. If you’ve landed into this page while searching for possible solutions to the same problem on your Mac computer, then this post is for you. Highlighted below are suggested tweaks and possible solutions to post-update problems with iMessage. Read
Owners of Apple devices can make use of Apple’s very own free and unlimited messaging service called iMessage. For the service to work, your Apple devices must be connected to Wi-Fi. Hence, there’s no need to subscribe to a text messaging plan or use cellular data. However, iMessages are not available to non-Apple devices. When
Apple also has its own instant messaging service that lets iPhone users send and receive SMS, documents, contact details, photos, videos and other contents to or from other Apple devices. This service is called iMessage. In order to use iMessage, your device must be connected to the Internet either through Wi-Fi or cellular data network.
Post-update issues can occur on certain apps or system functions on the phone. Tackled in this post is a post-update issue affecting the iMessage function on the iPhone 7. If you just updated your iPhone to the latest iOS version and ended up with the same issue regarding iMessage that stops working, then this post
Have you just updated your iPhone X to the latest version of iOS but ended up having trouble with iMessage? Whether it’s a problem on sending or receiving iMessage that you’re dealing with, the procedures I’ve mapped out below will likely help you out. Read on for more information. Before going further, if you found