How to unsend an iMessage

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A guide to undo your imessage

If you have an iPhone, you’re definitely aware that it features a texting service called iMessage, which you can use to chat with others. It includes a built-in messaging app, but it also allows your pals to share and receive photographs and videos, which is really convenient!

Nevertheless, the question arises as to how to undo an iMessage if you accidentally send it to the incorrect recipient. Because iMessage is an app that is pre-installed on the iPhone, it does not function in the same way as a traditional messaging service app, which might lead to some problematic circumstances.

Whatever the case, you sent an iMessage, but after delivering the message, you instantly changed your mind and wished to unsend the message that was already sent to the recipient. However, We must warn you that it is almost hard to do this. We will do all in our power to get you out of this predicament as quickly as possible.

Let’s take a look at how to unsend an iMessage on an iPhone.

By Enabling Flight Mode

If you quickly switch to flight mode after clicking on send a message, it is possible that your message was not delivered. Because you’ve blocked the network, preventing the message from being transmitted, you should delete it immediately to eliminate the risk of it being sent in the future. Let’s see how soon we can do it.

  1. Enable the notification bar on your computer.
  2. Select the flight mode option.
  3. Delete the message as soon as possible.
  4. As a precaution, switch off the flight mode after waiting for around 2-3 minutes.

turn on flight mode - unsend imessage

With the help of an app

With the support of the app, which is accessible on the App Store, you may also erase or remember an SMS message. The TigerText software, which can be found in the App Store, will allow you to undo the sending of an imessage with a few simple clicks of your mouse.

So, in essence, there is no legitimate method to unsend an imessage or email. There is a chance that these strategies will not be successful for you. So you may experiment with these approaches to see whether they work for you.

 

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Marissa Beougher
Marissa Beougher is the youngest member in the team and writing for NextGenPhone for more than two years. She is an encyclopedia of smartphones. Without blinking an eyelid, she can tell you everything about any smartphone. You can find her watching Science Fiction movies and talk shows in her leisure time.
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