A few months back, Apple announced that it would stop supporting .me and .mac AIM accounts on OS X 10.7.1 and earlier starting June 30th. The company has put this change into effect, but it appears that the service is discontinuedÂ all versions of OS X users, not just ones running older versions.
iOS 8, the next majorÂ mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch includes a number of new features and improvements such as Interactive Notifications, Widgets, support for third party keyboards and lots more.
We kick off our iOS 8 preview series with an in-depth look at the Messages app,Â one of the stock apps that has received a lot of attention in iOS 8.
Here’s How to fix the iMessage bug if you’re not getting text messages after switching from an iPhone
If you’ve switched from an iPhone to an Android, BlackBerry or Windows Phone, and are not getting text messages from your friends who areÂ using an iPhone, then you’re not alone.
Apple has acknowledgedÂ that an iMessage bug is affecting some users, and plans toÂ provide a fix for the issue in a future iOS software update.
Some would argue that messaging on your device is the most important feature. It allows you to immediately express a thought, set up a meeting, or even just to send a quick smiley face to a friend. Anyone with a smartphone uses messaging on a daily basis, so today we’re going to show you 7 ways to enhance your messaging experience.
Delicious Inc, the developer of biteSMS released a beta version of their extremely popular jailbreak app for iOS 7 and iPhone 5s more than a month back.
This is the first of likely many how to posts on iMessage. I think iMessage has to be one of the coolest, convenient, slick, and most freakin’ confounding apps/services that Apple offers. I love iMessage, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t drive me round the bend too. In this post, I’m going to cover setting up iMessage, adding more email addresses to iMessage, and connecting all your devices/machines together to be in iMessage sync.