iPhone 13 And iPhone 13 Pro Text Message Settings

You may be interested in knowing how to access the text message settings for iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro. You can manage many things such as iMessage, Send read receipts, group messaging, and blocking texts from others by going to iPhone 13 text messages settings. You can also personalize features with the text message feature of iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 Pro.

Open the Settings app on your iPhone 13/13 Pro’s home screen to access the text messaging settings. To access your text message settings, browse to the Settings app and click on Messages. Here are some great settings for text messages that you can change.

iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro Text Messaging Settings

The iMessage feature lets you send iMessages from your iOS device to other users. This includes iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches. iMessages can be sent free of charge over Wi-Fi and the cellular data network, without the need for SMS fees.

Send read receipts: This feature allows others to see if you have received their message and a time stamp. This feature will allow others to see the time stamp and know if you have read their message.

Send as SMS: If iMessage is not available due to WiFi or mobile service problems, you may send the message using a SMS text. You should be aware that SMS may incur an additional fee from your cellular service provider.

Send & Receive: This feature lets you add additional e-mail addresses to which you wish to receive iMessages. Select Send & Receive to add an email. Next, click on Add another Email and enter your email.

iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro Text Messaging Settings Extras

MMS messaging: This section allows you to access settings for sending voice messages, pictures, and videos. Type in the info from your cellular service provider in the MMS section of Settings-General-Cellular-Cellular Data Network

Group Messaging: This setting is used to control multiple messages sent via SMS/MMS.

Show subject field: The option to add a subject field, just like an email, is available. This feature can be turned on by simply entering the Subject field in an email or text message.

Character count: Your iPhone can show how many characters were used in your message. This feature is located next to the text-entry box in the New Message scree.

Block: This allows to enter a person’s number you wish to block, but not calls, tests, messages or FaceTime.

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