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Does Apple Use Green Bubbles to Make You Hate Android Users?

iMessage, the service that Mac and iOS devices use to chat with each other, is a much-loved feature of the Apple ecosystem – and it got even better with an upgrade in iOS 8. Instead of using standard text messages, iMessage sends text over the Internet using your WiFi or data connection for a faster and more reliable conversation. If you have an iPhone, you may have a noticed a slight difference in the bubbles that represent your sent messages.
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