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Fix for Error iMessage failed to Send for Some Users

If you are using iPhone you might be rarely get an error message iMessage failed to send for some users. This was due to some bugs in the older iOS and Apple has fixed this issue with the release of its new iOS - iOS 7.0.3 update.New release iOS 7.0.3 update from Apple is actually a bug fixer. iOS 7.0.3 update completely fixes the error iMessage failed to send for some users on i-devices.

Similarly there was another error of crashing apps in iPhone. We recommend you to follow the instructions provided in the link to fix the issue.
Resolve the Issue of Frequently Crashing Apps in iPhone

iOS 7.0.3 update not just resolve the error of showing iMessage failed to Send for Some Users on your iPhone but fix many other bugs like bug which prevent the user from activating iMessage. With iOS 7.0.3 update we can resolve the issue of becoming a device un-supervised while updating the software. With iOS 7.0.3 update, no device will go to un-supervised mode while updating the device software. Another dangerous bug which made iDevice users panic was the bug which allows someone to bypass the Lock screen passcode. However, with the release of iOS 7.0.3 update Apple has successfully fixed that bug. Now no one can bypass the iPhone screen lock password on iPhones with latest IOS version.



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