reading somebody's iMessages

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reading somebody's iMessages

If me or my friend never set up message or email in the iCloud but have been texting via message (because it is faster than standard texting) and someone another friend of ours has been spying on the iMessages sent back and forth how would this be possible?

also, if it is true and this friend of ours has been watching these iMessages back and forth and my friend changes his iCloud password.. Does the old content stay on the other persons phone? how long? how can one get rid of it?

   

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Re: reading somebody's iMessages

[quote=Anonymous Visitor]If me or my friend never set up message or email in the iCloud but have been texting via message (because it is faster than standard texting) [/quote]

What you just said is not possible - if you never setup "message", which I presume to mean "iMessage" and/or if you never setup iCloud, then it is impossible to be texting via "message" (which I again to assume you mean iMessage). - Because to use it, you must set it up.

But if we assume that you did setup iMessage (because that's the only way you could use it), then to spy on your conversations, your friend would need one of your iCloud login names and passwords.

Changing an iCloud password does not remove any content from an iPhone. It would remain until that person deleted the iMessage conversation.

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