Apple recognizes that if iMessage is available on Android, iPhone sales could fall

Although there are not many iMessage users on iOS in our country, it is very popular in the United States and some European countries today. Recently, some Apple employees and executives pointed out that our iMessage messaging service will never arrive on Android.

"Bringing iMessage to Android will hurt us rather than help us," Philip W. Schiller, one of Apple's chief executives, said in an email. Craig Federighi, Apple's senior vice president of software engineering, said: "iMessage on Android will make iPhone-loving families more likely to buy it. "Android smartphones for their children." Therefore, because Apple is worried that iPhone sales will decline, they have refused to release iMessage on Android until now.


The iMessage messaging service was first launched in 2011, allowing users of Apple products running macOS, iOS, iPadOS and watchOS to communicate quickly via the Internet. Have you ever tried iMessage messaging service before?

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