Editing the message you send may be, currently only allows Telegraph. Not even the world's most widely used messaging app, the unused WhatsApp, which has 1.3 billion active users, is still supported by that opportunity. However, you can edit the message after you have written to iMessage earlier than the messaging company owned by Mark Zuckerberg.
According to information from Apple Insider, Cupertino's company is working on how edit iMessage when sent.
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Will it be able to edit iMessage when it is sent?
At least Apple already has a patent application, with the number 20200133478 and its name is "Devices, methods and graphical user interface for texting." This patent, to be effective and executable, may allow messages once sent to be edited. But if you think there would be no trace, you are wrong. As with Telegra, messages were once organized a sign will appear that has been changed
In any case, this is a good rating that could eventually provide an extension of the iMessage app, which may not have been as impressive an achievement among Apple users. The addition of some improvements from iOS 11, such as Animojis, allowed users to expand are interested in this application.