- Does iMessage turn green when phone is off?
- What does it mean when a message is sent as a text message?
- Why would an iMessage be sent as a text message?
- Does a sent as text message mean the other person will see the text?
- Why is it green when I text another iPhone?
- Does green text mean blocked?
- How come when I send an iMessage it turns green?
- Do green text messages say delivered?
- How do you know if a green text message was delivered?
- Does green text on iPhone mean blocked?
Does iMessage turn green when phone is off?
While the phone is off that message will wait on Apple’s servers.
However there is a setting under Messaging which says “Send as SMS”.
If you have this setting enabled then when an iMessage is not delivered your phone will cancel the original iMessage, and instead send it as an SMS (green bubble)..
What does it mean when a message is sent as a text message?
If you want to text someone that is not connected to the internet, an iMessage will send but not deliver until the recipient turns on their connection. By forcing your phone to send as a text message, the recipient will be able to receive the message as long as they have a mobile network connection.
Why would an iMessage be sent as a text message?
When you send an iMessage, Apple will route that message through their servers using an Internet connection. This Internet connection can be either Wi-Fi or your cellular provider’s data network. If no Internet connection is available, the Messages app may attempt to deliver the iMessage as a regular SMS text message.
Does a sent as text message mean the other person will see the text?
Text message protocol doesn’t support read-receipts, but it is preferable in places where your or the other person’s Internet service isn’t good. The person will more-than-likely see the message in any event, but you will be deprived of the opportunity to obsess about whether they saw it.
Why is it green when I text another iPhone?
‘Why are my iPhone messages green? ‘: What green-colored messages mean, and how to turn on iMessage. If your iPhone messages are green, it means that they’re being sent as SMS text messages rather than as iMessages, which appear in blue. iMessages only work between Apple users.
Does green text mean blocked?
So, if you decide to block someone understand that they will know. Also, if you keep seeing your messages in green when you are sending messages to someone, you have been blocked unless they have lost signal or turned off their phone.
How come when I send an iMessage it turns green?
An iMessage turns green when it can’t be sent via iMessage, such as the battery is dead, the phone is out of a service area, the phone is turned off, or you are blocked. It can also mean that you’re in a bad service area for Internet service, or they are in a bad service area for Internet service.
Do green text messages say delivered?
Any message sent that is green has entered the SMS system, and will not be resent by iMessage (so you will never get a “delivered” message for that text).
How do you know if a green text message was delivered?
If you see a green text bubble, that means the other person is using an Android (or non iOS phone). Believe it or not, the color of that text bubble has become a status symbol and some Apple users will complain if they have to chat with someone with a green text bubble in their text messages.
Does green text on iPhone mean blocked?
Either way, the person that has blocked you will never receive the messages. SO I have been blocked or put on Do Not Disturb? Blue or Green has nothing to do with being blocked. Blue means iMessage, i.e., messages sent through Apple, Green means messages sent through SMS.