If you’re flying Southwest, you’re now free to iMessage from gate to gate.
Apple is saying that it can’t and doesn’t read through the text conversations within its iMessage messaging service, nor can anyone else.
It’s not iOS 7′s radical new design that’s causing the most issues for consumers — it’s Apple’s iMessage.
Apple’s iCloud service, which helps connect iPhones, iPads, and other Apple devices to key services, has been experiencing an outage for more than six hours this morning.
Apple’s iMessage service crashed today, affecting “some users,” Apple said … including me. And in spite of Apple’s reassurances, the service is still not reliably back up for all.
Apple’s messaging services deletes the last word of a few key phrases. One is “The best prize is a surprise,” and another is “I could be the next Obama.” The only catch?
Editor’s Pick “Everything on your phone should be everywhere all the time,” MightyText cofounder Maneesh Arora says. “No-one raves about iCloud, and we feel there’s an opportunity. There will soon be billions of Android devices, and no-one’s making it easy.”
Apple’s cloud-based messaging application, iMessage, is experiencing service issues.
Someone needs to bring our islands of identity together in a comprehensive, universal way … or provide a DNS-like identity service that connects them all. I just don’t think it’s going to be StarStar Me.
Apple is taking its latest mobile operating system, iOS 5, on the road to woo developers across the world. The company announced a lineup of nine cities its Tech Talk World Tour will visit between November and January.
Update: iOS 5 is now available for download. —
Just after Apple announced iMessage app in iOS 5, it appears that Google has its own Android messaging client in the works, the Wall Street Journal reports.