Apple introduces edit feature in iMessage and Twitter is filled with reactions
Individuals took to Twitter to share their thoughts on Apple's editable iMessage text feature.
Apple Worldwide Developers Conference began on June 6 and will conclude on June 10. On the first day of its annual conference, Apple introduced many new features to its products and apps, including the edit feature in iMessage - the company's instant messaging app. The editable iMessage text feature has prompted people to express their thoughts on Twitter.
The feature has received mixed reactions from users across the world. We have compiled a few responses. Take a look at the below tweets:
An individual thanked Apple for the unsend and edit features:
Another hilariously pointed out a loophole:
"Apple somehow beats Twitter to the edit button," pointed out a journalist on Twitter.
"I think Apple have just released an edit button for iMessage so that you can correct spellings after sending the message!" shared another.
"You send me a text on iMessage and delete it I’m blocking you," posted another.
The feature to edit or unsend a message will be available for 15 minutes, and users can recover deleted messages for up to 30 days.
What are your thoughts on the iMessage edit button feature?