A new version of Apple’s mobile OS is a month and half from being revealed and many of the questions being asked may finally be answered, such as, could iOS 10 schedule text messages?
What makes us laugh is that this is such a basic feature, something that has been in use since the launch of the Galaxy S3, which shows that Samsung can have their own ideas. Now we know that some iOS users will feel such a feature is a waste of time, but there are a growing number of users that demand this feature to be included in iOS 10, as there are times when they want to schedule sending a message to someone, as they may not be able to send an important message because of being busy.
If someone with an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch wants to write a text message, but send it later while they are unable to go to their device, then the only way to do that is by using a third-party app. This is something that most people that want this feature have to do, although there are those that try to limit the use of such apps, and so have to wait until they are actually allowed to send the app themselves.
Do you still crave a way to schedule SMS text messages on your iPhone, so that they can be sent automatically without a third-party app?
Ok, so let’s get real now shall we because the likelihood of Apple actually giving iOS users something they have been demanding for several years now means that it’s not going to happen, especially as this is such a simple feature to implement.
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