How to activate iMessage
iMessage is Apple’s own messaging service and is built-in instant messaging (IM) service. You can use iMessage to collaborate with others. iMessage is a free of charge from Apple, secure encrypted messaging service for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch . Unlike standard text messaging, iMessage doesn’t cost anything even when sending messages overseas. It let you send text, picture, video, sound, and location quickly and easily to anyone else using iMessage on iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple Watch.
iMessage and FaceTime Waiting for Activation] When activating iMessage or FaceTime, you might see these error messages saying iMessage Waiting for activation, FaceTime Activation unsuccessful, An error occurred during activation, iMessage Could not sign in, etc. Read this article to learn how to fix iMessage and FaceTime Waiting for Activation Error in iOS 13.3.
To enable iMessage on an iPhone to send messages over cellular data or Wi-Fi with other iPhones, with iPads or Mac computers.
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Want to get started iMessage, but not sure where to begin? Today, we’ll be showing you how you can activate and set up iMessage on your iOS device.
Did you know you can use iMessage on your iPad to send free text messages to anyone with an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch?
iMessage is a built-in messaging app for everyone in Apple’s ecosystem. From your Mac, you can message all your iPhone-using friends, and—if you have an iPhone as well—send and receive regular SMS messages with Android users.
Do you want to find out how to activate either iMessage or Facetime or both? If so, then this is a must-read. Check it out!