If you are an iPhone user, you know how important it is to manage storage space and keep your messages private. In this article, we will talk about how to delete iMessages or text messages from your iPhone 6.
Firstly, let’s discuss why you might want to delete these messages. Perhaps you have a nosy family member or friend who likes to snoop through your phone, or maybe your text messages are taking up too much space. Whatever the reason may be, deleting messages from your iPhone 6 is easy.
To start, you need to open the Messages app. The app is green and white, and it’s already installed on your iPhone 6, so there’s no need to download anything.
There are three ways to delete iMessages or text messages from your iPhone 6:
1. Delete a complete conversation: If you want to delete an entire conversation, swipe it over halfway to reveal the delete button. You can also swipe it all the way to the left. Alternatively, you can click on the three dots on the top right-hand corner of the screen, select “Select Messages,” and choose the conversation you want to delete.
2. Delete individual messages: If you only want to delete one or two messages, you need to hard-press on the message. Then, click on “More,” select the messages you want to delete, and click on the blue trash can to delete them.
It’s worth noting that once you delete a message, it’s gone forever. So, make sure you are certain that you want to delete it before you proceed.
In conclusion, deleting iMessages or text messages from your iPhone 6 is a straightforward process. You can either delete an entire conversation or individual messages. If you have an easier way to do it, let us know in the comments below.