Apple is reportedly testing a new feature that would let iPhone owners unsend text messages after they've been delivered https://t.co/KMDfObAWpx— Business Insider (@businessinsider) March 10, 2020
According to MacRumors and BI, Apple is reportedly testing a new feature for iMessage that would let iPhone users unsend text messages in iOS 14. Both the recipient and sender would be notified when a message is rescinded. Since this would be a feature for iMessage, it’s very likely that it will only work when sending texts to other iOS devices or Mac users — not those using Android devices with green bubbles.
Other features Apple is reportedly testing include a typing indicator for group chats (those little dots you see when someone is typing) as well as a mentions feature for tagging other people in a group message. These features may or may not be included in iOS 14, which is due out later this year.
Have you ever sent a text message you regretted?