Conventional text message can be fun if you are not the kind of person who’d like to talk on long calls but it can a little exhausting as well; you do not know if the other person has read the message or when they’ll read it or worse, was the message even delivered to them in the first place. All you can use is emojis in the content while the conversation requires a GIF to make it more exciting. You can’t share your location or even a document. All of these features when introduced in iMessage simply made it a better choice and hence there is no surprise why it has gained such immense popularity.

Privacy

All kinds of data shared with iMessages are secure to privacy by end-to-end encryption. This means that the messages shared can neither be read nor intercepted by anyone, not even Apple. This feature has even caused Apple to face severe criticism by the hands of government as the messages are not even exposed to it.

Know Who’s Typing

Gone are the days when a person would wait for the recipient to receive and read a message and wondering whether they have even do so. With iMessage, the user to able to know when their message is delivered and when it is read by the other person.

Manage Time

If you’re busy working on your iMac and there is a conversation going with your friend, it can be time consuming to switch from one to another to keep both work and texting going. However, for individuals using Windows PC, they can also use iMessage for Windows 10 or other versions without the compulsion of owning an Apple device.

Customize

Emojis are the tales of the past as iMessage offer so much more to customize the message according to the on-going conversation. With exciting bubbles, stickers, memoji, texting becomes more fun to carry on.

Furthermore, unlike conventional text, there is so much more you can send with iMessage such as GIFs, links, photos, videos, documents and locations. You are not limited to a certain number of words and even the pictures are not even blurry.

PC enthusiasts are notorious for having this compulsive habit of keeping their PC rig up to date, even though they may not need to upgrade at all. Basically, if a person is really enthusiastic about their PC, they’ll want it to have the newest everything just so their rig can stay relevant. The parts they replace for newer ones might not need replacement at all but they’ll do it anyway and maybe Intel is starting to catch on to this compulsive buying habit of PC fanatics.

Why are we saying this? Well, their latest Core i7 Kaby Lake Processor isn’t really too much of an upgrade over the outgoing Skylake series. In fact, the performance gains are so negligible that we daresay that only the name and packaging has changed. Regardless of this, we’re certain that a lot of us had it pre-ordered and are now busy installing it on their motherboards. It’s new and relevant, yes but if one really cared about performance, they would be pretty disappointed.

The Kaby Lake processor was pretty hyped up but after its launch, we really don’t know how to feel. You can check this article to learn more about what this processor chip brings to the table in detail and decide for yourself if you should buy it or not. If you were going to upgrade from an i5 to an i7 anyways, then you might as well go ahead and purchase a Kaby Lake chip since it’s every bit as good as the Skylake – it’s just not better, as we expected it to be.

Your games aren’t going to run any faster and your CPU isn’t going to feel like magic if you already are using an i7 chip of an older model.