iOS 8.1 lets you send iMessages from Mac OS X Yosemite.


With the release of the new iOS 8.1 developers have experienced a new vital improvement in the operating system as they are now able to synchronize their iMessages with other Apple devices including the OS X Yosemite. The best thing is that when you syc your iPhone or iPad with other devices it will start syncing the messages even with the Apple Mac OS X Yosemite.

This feature was introduced in earlier versions of the operating system but then it was removed. But the authorities at Apple has decided to bring back the feature in their latest iOS 8.1 operating system. You can download the iOS 8.1 Beta from here and the guide will let you know how to install the iOS 8.1 Beta 1 on your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, or even the Apple TC as well.

This feature will help users who want to work and start their conversation on their Mac as well. Now users can carry on with their conversation on iPhone or Mac and the devices will sync the messages in between. The best thing is that the History of the whole chat will also be backed up on Mac as well and the users can access it at any time.

This was expected as the developers at Apple was working with chaining the whole system with one account, the formula Google did with their users structure, all they have to get is a Gmail account and they have their access to all Google services. Same formula is being introduced by Apple by allowing users to create an iCloud account and then sync their whole data in between all devices that are made by Apple. All you have to do is activate these services by taping on the option given in the iOS 8.1 settings menu.


To activate the iMessages Synchronizing you have to tap on Settings>> Messages>> SMS Transfer. Keep in mind that you will need a proper working WiFi network to let this operation work smoothly and you can have all your messages synchronized within all your devices including the Mac OS X Yosemite.

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