My husband and I each have an iPhone 3GS, and neither of them has a camera icon in the Messages app—the only way to send a picture is through email. Is there any way we can send photos in a text message? I think it’s silly that even the simplest cell phones have this option while an iPhone doesn’t!
iMessage is Apple’s new messaging service that is a combination of both MMS messaging and instant messaging, with the added bonus of sending other iOS 5 users messages at absolute no cost. The service is similar to FaceTime, and that it's free and you can set up an email address to use with the service instead of giving out your phone number. Read on for how to properly set up the service in iOS and a few tips for getting the most out of this free utility.
If you’re an infrequent texter with a commitment to AT&T, you may want to reevaluate your usage starting this weekend -- that’s when Ma Bell kills off everything except unlimited and per-use text messaging fees in an effort to “streamline” their offerings. Is that marketing speak for “soak our customer”?
This week's tips are a mixed selection of topics that will help just about any iOS user. We'll show you how heavy MMS messengers can save a bit of cash and how befuddled travelers should deal with multiple time zones. Also, we'll teach you tricks about automating your dialing to cut back on finger wear and tear, and show you a way to label your iPhone with your personal information so that your hopes of recovering it are way easier.
Text messaging power users, your day just got better! We've got a ton of exciting tutorials on how to get the most out of that simple messaging app on your iPhone. Today's tips teach you how to see more of your messaging history, follow along with the message's current character count and insert a subject line. We'll also show you the proper way to enter phone numbers in a message recipient list.