iOS 16 offers editable messages, but may not be compatible with older phones

When Apple announced iOS 16 earlier this month an opportunity edit iMessages was one of the most attractive new software update features. However, it doesn’t show that clean on devices that haven’t updated to iOS 16, 9to5Mac submitted.

If an iOS 16 user sends a message and then edits it, iOS 15 devices will receive the unmodified message, followed by the text that includes “Edited To” in the edited message.

According to 9to5Mac, Apple has not yet figured out how to delete or undo sending these messages.

iOS 16 is still in development and has not been released to the public, with a general software update expected to arrive in September. Along with the ability to edit iMessages, people can look forward to redesigned lock screen and improvements to Apple Maps. While the software is not publicly available, people can: download developer beta Now.

Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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