Since first making its debut with iOS 5, iMessage has proven itself as a great way for one to share messages between any iOS device, provided a cellular or Wi-Fi connection is present. It’s generally secure, rarely drops service, and is a lot quicker and more reliable (and often cheaper) than the traditional SMS. However, it is not perfect, and like so many of iOS’s key features, it’s annoyingly difficult to customize. The options for tailoring the experience to suit one’s needs are scarce, but if you have always been annoyed by the fact that a user on the other end receives that little speech bubble to indicate that you’re typing, well, there’s a tweak to rectify that!

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