A security firm has claimed Apple is telling porkies when it says it can't read your iMessages, but Apple denies it.
The company is moved to make a statement after a researcher presents a hack that could allow the company to read iMessages.
French security firm says communication sent over Apple's iMessage can be decrypted, despite what the company said earlier this year.
iMessage allows to send and receive messages from any iOS 5 device.
When iOS 5 was released alongside the iPhone 4S earlier this fall, iMessage was introduced as a new, all-encompassing messaging service that would connect all iOS device users for free using their unique Apple IDs. iMessage, however, may have a critical downfall when it comes to securely erasing access if you lose your device.
Software update will fix the disruption of text message delivery on the company's instant-messaging service, Apple tells The Wall Street Journal.
App that let Android users send messages over Apple's iMessage protocol has been removed from the Google Play Store.
If you get random iMessages from people you don't even know, you may want to restrict alerts to just your contact list. Here's how.
Apple has held its hands up to another bug in iOS 7, promising to get its iMessage system working as soon as possible.
ProtectedText lets you store your text on the company's encrypted servers, which the company itself can't decrypt -- no registration or other ID sharing required.