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By blogtecho

Apple introduced the ability to edit your text messages on iOS 16 this fall. It's a feature I've wanted for years -- and I know I'm not alone in that.

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Twitter recently added an editing option for tweets, so it only makes sense that Apple would release its own version for the iPhone.

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I'll explain what's wrong with the new edit text message feature on iOS  16, and show you a much better alternative. Here's what you need to  know.

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Why avoid the edit text message feature?

The biggest reason why you shouldn't use the edit text message feature is because of the edit history.

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When Apple released the first developer beta version back in June, the  software included the edit text message feature, but it worked  differently.

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If you edited a text message using the early version of iOS 16, your  recipient would be notified that the text message had been edited, with  an edit button appearing in the thread, but that's all.

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