Apple patent suggests ability to re-edit sent iMessages

Maria J. Danford

At any time regarded as enhancing presently sent messages? And, what superior would come out of correcting fats-finger problems after the receiver has browse it? Properly, Apple thinks that there is a good deal wrong with the current messaging apps and has sought a patent whereby its iMessage app would […]

At any time regarded as enhancing presently sent messages? And, what superior would come out of correcting fats-finger problems after the receiver has browse it? Properly, Apple thinks that there is a good deal wrong with the current messaging apps and has sought a patent whereby its iMessage app would be equipped to edit messages presently sent. 

The patent software termed Devices, Techniques and Graphical Person Interfaces for Messaging was filed with the US Patent and Trademark Workplace (USPTO) late previous thirty day period in which Apple discusses a slew of characteristics that could get added to its messenger app. 

In the filing, Apple statements that current messaging apps have various negatives and limitations this sort of as their confined means to conveniently admit messages, edit beforehand sent messages and categorical what a person is attempting to communicate, screen private messages, synchronise viewing of information amongst buyers and so on. 

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Apple’s iMessage works on iOS, iPadOS and macOS and is competing with gadget agnostic messaging companies like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Telegram, and Sign in addition to many video conferencing platforms like Microsoft Group, Zoom, and Google Hangouts. 

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