Apple agrees to open up iMessage to Android devices

16/11/2023 | The Guardian

On Thursday, the same day as the deadline for Apple to argue to the EU that iMessage should not be considered a core service under the Digital Services Act (DSA), Apple announced that it plans to adopt the rich communication services (RCS) messaging standard that will improve the texting experience between iPhones and Android devices.

Earlier in the month, Google and a group of European telecoms companies wrote a letter to the European Commission calling for Apple's iMessage to be designated core service.

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