Has anyone been having issue with iMessage today? Any fix or information would be greatly appreciated. Mine has been acting up all day. Was perfectly fine last night. Grey bubble for texts sent to me, and blue bubbles when I send text to iPhone users. However, starting this morning, without doing anything different to my phone other then texting, it was green bubbles when I send to iPhone users. More specifically, it was blue first, then it said not delivered, then resent as SMS (green bubble). After 3 texts, it stop trying to send through iMessage, and is now stuck as SMS. Even though iMessage is turned ON on my phone. And NO replies ALL DAY. I texted Android users I know, and they received my texts, and I received theirs. Just when I got home from work, I finally received a text from my brother. Thinking it might have been because I was using LTE, and not wifi. But when I replied back, it was still a green bubble. My wifi is strong at home. He also tells me, it's blue for him when he sends to other iPhone users. He also mentioned that he did reply back, and it went through (even sent me a screenshot of it). Except I never received them. Yes, iMessage is turned on. Short of resetting my phone to factory, I've done all the troubleshooting involved with fixing iMessage issues. Hard reboot, turning iMessage off then on, resetting network. No luck. And I am NOT going to reset my phone, when it was working just fine. Plus, resetting my phone which I've done many times on other iPhones I've owned, worked maybe 40% of the time. Not worth the hassle for me. What annoys me a lot about Apple products, let's use the iPhone as an example. It works just fine, then out of the blue, stuff like this happens. And then Apple tells you to reset your phone. The issue isn't about resetting my phone, it's crap happening out of nowhere. Conspiracy or not, I still believe Apple pushes stuff to iPhones so that the user is forced to upgrade or update. It's the only explanation for random occurrences, that is inexplicable. Apple...it just doesn't work.