There are two new features coming to iOS 16 that are highly anticipated by iPhone users. One allows them to edit an iMessage they sent, even if the error in the message wasn’t discovered until after the mail had already reached the recipient. Entire messages can also be unsent, making them disappear from the recipient’s iMessage app inbox. It’s like they never happened.
How an edited message should look on the iPhone
Those who already have an iOS 16 beta installed on their Apple devices can edit and reset iMessages simply by long-pressing a message in the app. However, these options are only available for 15 minutes after the message was sent. After the time has expired, you will no longer be able to edit or delete this message.
The first public beta version of iOS 16 is expected to be released in July, with the final stable version of the operating system expected to be released in the fall. Certain recipients of iMessage posts may find themselves on the receiving end of multiple messages. Keep in mind that the ability to undo and edit messages is only available to those who have an iPhone-to-iPhone conversation. Once an Android phone is involved, these new features will no longer be available to any member of an iMessage group.