For a long time, Mac computers already feature Messages. But when you used the Messages app over Mac, you couldn’t get all the features in the phone version. With the new update, the Mac Messages app will be synchronized with the phone version.
The Messages feature, which has been on Mac computers for a long time, was significantly lagging behind Apple phones. The Messages app, which is a nice solution to send text messages over mac, was still lagging behind many features according to the phone version, especially for people who couldn’t access their phone at the time. With the upcoming update, the Messages app on mac will now have the same features as the phone version.
According to the revamped Catalyst codes included in the leaked version of iOS 14, when you pair your iPhone or iPad with your Mac, the Messages app will also be available on Mac in a completely equivalent way with phone and tablet versions. This way, even if your Apple phone isn’t at hand, you’ll be able to message with peace of mind without worrying about missing special stickers and phrases sent from your Mac computer.
Since no official announcement has yet been made, it is not known when this feature will arrive on the Mac operating system. But looking at Apple’s history, it’s likely that Apple plans to introduce this feature to the user at the International Apple Developers Conference(WWDC)in June.
This leaked information tells us that the Apple side also has some new plans for the Mac operating system. Catalyst applicationsare not currently seen as the most popular applications of the Mac operating system. With this step for the Messages app, which can’t afford the value and support apple deserves, apple has given us hints that it will soon overhaul other backward Mac operating system apps and work to provide better synchronization with phone versions. We’ll all have to wait for the conference in June to learn more.