iMessage is a messaging service that allows iPhone users to send messages to other iPhone users over Wi-Fi or cellular data. When the recipient is not an iPhone user, the message is sent as an SMS. This can be a problem for some users who do not want to use their SMS allowance or be charged for SMS messages. In this blog post, we will discuss how to turn off iMessages to SMS on iPhone 15.
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Why does iMessage turn into SMS?
iMessage turns into SMS when the recipient is not an iPhone user or when there is no internet connection. SMS is a fallback option for iMessage when the message cannot be delivered over the internet. This can be a problem for some users who do not want to use their SMS allowance or be charged for SMS messages.
How do I turn off iMessages to SMS on my iPhone 15?
To turn off iMessages to SMS on your iPhone 15, follow these steps:
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone 15.
- Scroll down and tap on “Messages.”
- Scroll down and find “Send as SMS.”
- Toggle this setting off to prevent automatic sending as SMS.
With this setting toggled off, users still have the option of using SMS as a fallback when an iMessage fails to send. To send an iMessage as a text message, long press on the failed message for the option.
Can I use iMessage to send SMS?
No, iMessage is not used to send SMS messages. SMS messages are sent using the cellular network, while iMessage uses Wi-Fi or cellular data.
However, an iMessage can be transformed into a regular SMS text message and delivered via a cellular network if it’s not possible to use WiFi or mobile data – or the recipient doesn’t have an Apple device. (Android phones can’t receive iMessages).
At this time, many messaging providers have a big concern about secure messaging. Thankfully, everything started with the intense political climate. Therefore, the condition promotes the invasion of society and its privacy. If the messages are end-to-end encrypted, then no one can access them except the user.
WhatsApp is a messaging service, and the owner of this application is Facebook, or Meta. Besides, WhatsApp has been using iMessage’s SMS fallback from a marketing standpoint. When people do not know about the iMessage features, they can use WhatsApp as an alternative.
Meanwhile, the iMessage default offers less privacy but more convenience. For example, users can enjoy having more options to lock up their iMessage. Apple supports those people who need better-enhanced privacy and security to access more tools without forcing them to become everyday users.
If you are still having problems with iMessage turning into SMS, try the following:
- Make sure you have a stable internet connection.
- Check that the recipient’s phone number or email address is correct.
- Reset your network settings by going to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings.
In conclusion, turning off iMessages to SMS on iPhone 15 can be a useful feature for users who do not want to use their SMS allowance or be charged for SMS messages. By following the steps outlined in this blog post, you can easily turn off iMessages to SMS on your iPhone 15. If you are still having problems, try the troubleshooting steps or contact Apple support for further assistance.
IphoneStore.vn – 2023-12-12 21:36:52 / www.iphone15userguide.com