iMessages cannot be edited more than five times after iOS 16 is released


The iOS 16 upgrade will allow users to edit an iMessage only five times before the edit option is removed from the long-press menu.

The company previously allowed 15 minutes for a message to be unsent in iOS 16. The time frame has been drastically decreased to two minutes with the latest version. Even after a message has been sent, it can still be edited for another 15 minutes.

The changes will be recorded and made visible to the sender as well as the recipient, as per 9to5Mac’s sources. As a result of this, the recipient of your message will be able to view whatever adjustments you have made, “the report stated late on Wednesday.

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Edit history is available by touching on the “Edited” text below an edited message. All of the edits will be listed in chronological order, starting with the most recent one.

The modification that will allow users to edit and unsend iMessages has been discovered in the fourth beta version of iOS 16.

Additionally, there are other new features in iOS 16, such as a redesigned lock screen that can be customized with widgets and an Apple Pay Later instalment plan.

Live Activity is a new feature that allows users to monitor events that are taking place in real time, such as a sports game, a workout, a ride-share, or an order for food delivery, directly from the Lock Screen of their device.

In addition, SharePlay is coming to Messages, making it possible to enjoy synced content like movies or songs with shared playback controls all while chatting in Messages.

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