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Monday, May 26, 2014

Apple finally admiting about its i-Message bug

10:43 PM

Apple has Finally admitted to a problem in its iMessage text message App.

The problem occurs when you attempt to move away from an iPhone to another type of smartphone.
Once Apple gets you into iMessage, it assumes you will stay there. If you switch from an iPhone to a phone running a different operating system (as many people, me included, have done), messages people send to you using iMessage simply disappear.
The sender is not told they weren’t delivered, and the intended recipient has no way of knowing they never got a message – because they never got a message.
Apple has been extremely reluctant to admit there has been a problem, blaming poor user behaviour.

But now, in a statement to tech news site Re/code, Apple has fussed up – a little. ''We recently fixed a server-side iMessage bug which was causing an issue for some users, and we have an additional bug fix in a future software update,” Apple said. “For users still experiencing an issue, please contact AppleCare.''
A simple Google search shows that the problem is widespread. Apple’s refusal to acknowledge it until now is, sadly, typical of its behaviour.

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