Fix iOS 7 iMessage problems

MacWorld UK - 2 years ago.

Every time Apple launches a major iOS or Mac OS X revision there are some gremlins in the works. iOS 7 is no exception and this year we've heard many reported issues with the operating system. Sometimes it’s a problem with the new software, occasionally it’s a problem at Apple’s back-end server, and with millions of updates taking place at the same time it’s sometimes just a congregation of people suffering similar installation problems. Macworld readers are reporting problems with Messages, Apple’s iOS internet messaging service. If you’re having trouble with Messages for iOS then there are a number of different things you can try. Here we outline some quick fixes for common Messages problems: See: Developers concerned that iOS 7 not ready for launchand How to downgrade from iOS 7 to iOS 6 I am getting the wrong names in Messages If you are seeing short names, or nicknames instead of full names this is due to a new setting in iOS 7. Follow these steps to get things back to normal: Tap Settings... Read more





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