Apple Update: Imessage Users Can Now Edit And Undo Text Messages In The IOS 16 Features | Video

Apple has announced that the new IOS 16 update features that will allow users to edit and ‘unsend’ messages.

Apple unveiled some huge features in-store for the future of IOS yesterday, June 6, 2022. Apple just released its iOS 16 update which includes a range of new features.

One of the most significant updates in IOS history includes being able to delete a sent text message and edit the message that was sent. 

But what really has people talking is the new ‘undo’ message feature for iMessage users.

Now, iPhone users can delete those risky drunk texts and screenshots to the person you actually screenshotted– just like it never happened.

SharePlay also is coming to Messages, making it possible to enjoy synced content like movies or songs and shared playback controls all while chatting in Messages, Apple said in an announcement.

Per the Apple release, “iOS 16 is a big release with updates that will change the way you experience iPhone,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering. “We have reimagined how the Lock Screen looks and works with exciting new features that make it more personal and helpful, introduced iCloud Shared Photo Library for families, streamlined communication through new capabilities in Messages and Mail, and harnessed enhanced intelligence with updates to Live Text and Visual Look Up.” 

With personalized lock screens, notifications will now appear at the bottom, scrolling and rotating in the order they came. 

Live Text and Visual Look Up enhancements will allow users to pause a video in their library and interact with the text. 

Apple Wallet now adds Pay Later and can set up installments through your phone to pay over time, similar to Klarna and AfterPay. Finally, a new generation of CarPlay will be available; instead of Car Play appearing on your selected screen in the car, it will appear across the whole dashboard.

The new features will be available for iPhone 8 and up. The update will likely be released along with a new generation of iPhones in September in true Apple manner.