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1 Apr, 2024
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Google has unveiled an anticipated timeline for the integration of Rich Communication Services (RCS) support on the iPhone, offering a glimpse into the future of cross-platform messaging.

Initially teased by Apple last November, RCS compatibility on iPhones is slated to roll out in the "fall of 2024," as indicated in a recently deleted section of the revamped Google Messages web page, as reported by 9to5Google.

This revelation suggests that RCS support will likely debut alongside iOS 18, which is anticipated to enter beta testing in June and see a full release in September. At the latest, users can expect to access RCS features with the release of iOS 18.1, expected in October.

Notable improvements expected include higher-resolution photos and videos, audio messages, typing indicators, read receipts, Wi-Fi messaging, and improved group chat functionality.