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How To Start With iMessage On Your iOS Devices

Submitted by on March 24, 2013 – 4:06 pmNo Comment

iMessage is an Apple service for sending messages, sharing pics and videos with the help of your iPhoneiPad, iPod touch, or Mac to any other iMessage user. This service is only valid for the users who have working iMessage service on their iOS device. You can also send voice memos, locations and contacts as well.

This feature is only for devices having iOS 5 or higher than this. In this article you will come to know that how to start with iMessage service. You can ask Siri to text for you. If you are driving and want to text somebody about your location, then just say ” I am on my way” and Siri will do it for you.

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Steps To Start With iMessage On iOS Devices

1.) First you have to go to Settings App, then from the list tap Messages.

2.) After that it will ask your Apple ID to start with your iMessage.

3.) Provide your Apple ID in the box and password of this Apple ID. After providing Apple ID, email address and phone number associated with your Apple ID will come in front of you.

4.) Your iMessage service is now ready to use and here you will find some option to configure your iMessage service according to your need.

In this iMessage service you can choose the phone number or email address for sending outgoing messages to other people. If you want others to be notified that when you have read their messages, then you can turn on the Send Read Receipts option.

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Note: Apple ID is that ID which you use for using Apple services like iCloud, iMessage, iTunes and many more.

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