iMessage Deliver means?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by macno0b, Oct 10, 2013.

  1. macno0b macrumors newbie

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    i know it means the message has been delivered to the iDevice not Read but my question is: If the receiving iDevice doesn't have internet/3g/4g/lte connection, will the iMessage status say Delivered on the sending iDevice too?
     
  2. appleofmy"i" macrumors regular

    appleofmy"i"

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    No it will not. It may actually instead try to send as a text message.
     
  3. Fedmahn Kassad macrumors regular

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    No. It'll try to deliver as text if you have that option enabled. If, for whatever reason, it can't be sent as text either then it'll notify you with a red exclamation that there was a problem sending.
     
  4. macno0b thread starter macrumors newbie

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    it doesn't say any status and it's blue. Does it mean the receving iDevice has no internet connection? so to sum up

    Delivered: receiving iDevice has internet connection and the message is received but not read

    No status, blue message: receiving iDevice has no internet connection and the message is in iCloud waiting to be sent when the receiving iDevice has internet connection again?
     
  5. Siderz macrumors 6502a

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    If it doesn't say delivered, then that means it hasn't been delivered, there's nothing more to it.

    Only the most recent message can say delivered/read, any messages before that will have been delivered/read unless you get the failed to send error.
     

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