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iMessage arrives at iCloud: What advantages does this novelty have?



The new beta version of Apple's mobile operating system, iOS 11.3 , will finally bring two of the most anticipated features that should have been present for many months. We are talking about AirPlay 2 and messages compatible with iCloud.

That's right, Apple has added to its iMessage platform compatibility with the cloud services of iCloud. And you will love it. Do you want to know what functions this novelty will offer? Would you like to know how it will work?


IMessage messages on iCloud were announced by Apple during the WWDC conference in June 2017 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. But Apple withdrew the functionality of its subsequent beta versions of iOS 11 because it was not ready for use.

At that time, we imagined that compatibility with iCloud in iMessage would come with iOS 11.1 or iOS 11.2, but it was not like that.


What new features in iMessage provide compatibility with iCloud?


Although the introduction of messages from the native iMessage application of iOS 11 in the cloud services of iCloud does not sound as fascinating as the four new Animojis of iOS 11.3 for the iPhone X, the truth is that it is a feature that will bring great advantages to users of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

IMessage support with iCloud will allow iOS 11.3 users to save a very large amount of storage capacity when the feature is finally available.


When iMessage is compatible with iCloud , you can remove chat conversations from the Messages app to save space. As it happens now, yes, but with this update the conversations will continue to be available in the cloud through the web . So you can keep the romantic conversations with your partner and the fun conversations of your group of friends.

The functionality is optional, so you can configure your preferences in iMessage Settings. The iOS 11.3 version will be available this spring.

Source | Cult of Mac 

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