Apple's message Upgrade: RCS support for iPhones signals shift in Cross-Platform communication
Delhi : RCS (Rich Communication Services) messaging functionality in iPhones is allegedly something Apple has revealed. Thus far, Google has requested that the internet behemoth with headquarters in California enable its Rich Communication Services messaging. For those who are unaware, RCS conversation is regarded as SMS's replacement.
The GSM Association's standard, RCS Universal Profile, will be supported by Apple, the company announced in a statement sometime next year.
"We think that compared to SMS or MMS, RCS Universal Profile would provide a better interoperability experience. This will function in tandem with iMessage, which Apple assured the magazine will remain the greatest and safest texting app for its consumers. The article also notes that the Californian tech tycoon is anticipated to display RCS communications in green. Interestingly, texts sent from an iPhone seemed blue. The best way to convey that Apple's iMessage is the safest messaging app is to do this.
The blue color bubbles in iMessage are said to denote a cultural status and set Android users apart from iPhone users. According to an HT IT story, the green vs. blue argument has put pressure on IT businesses, and as a result, some Android users have been compelled to convert to iPhones. Group messaging, photo support, WiFi-based messaging, and other capabilities are reportedly among the many features that RCS brings to carrier-based texting.
In the meanwhile, Apple has given current iPhone 14 owners an extra year of free access to its life-saving Emergency SOS satellite program. This technology was first made available on all iPhone 14 models in the United States and Canada. It has since been added to the iPhone 15 range in 16 more countries and regions. It's interesting to note that even when a user is outside of Wi-Fi and cellular coverage, emergency services may be texted.