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SMS (Short Message Service) is a text messaging service component of phone, Web or mobile communication systems. It uses the standardized communication protocols to allow the fixed line or the mobile phone devices to exchange short text messages (Learn: How to Recover Deleted Text Messages on iPhone).
SMS was the most widely used data (Learn: How to Transfer Data from iPhone to Computer) application in people’s daily lives. Users can send text messages (Learn: How to Recover Deleted Text Messages from iPhone 5s) to friends, families, colleagues and others in the world and receive them.
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MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) is a standard way to send messages that include multimedia content to and from mobile phones over a cellular network. To some extent, MMS extends the core capability of SMS and it allows the exchange of text messages greater than 160 characters in length. Compared with SMS, MMS enables users to not only deliver texts, but also different types of media, like short videos (Learn: How to Retrieve Deleted Videos from iPhone), one image a slideshow of multiple images or audio.
One way of using MMS is to deliver news, entertainment content, scannable coupon codes, product images, videos (Learn: How to Convert iPhone Videos to GIF Format Images) and other information. This means that MMS can be used as a commercial basis.
iMessage is an instant messenger service developed by Apple Inc. It’s supported by Messages application in iOS 5 and later and OS X Mountain and later. It enables users to send texts (Learn: How to Retrieve Deleted Texts from iPhone 5), documents, photos (Learn: How to Copy Photos from iPhone to PC), videos, contact information and more between different iOS devices. In Messages, the user's sent communication is aligned to the right, with replies from other people on the left. A user can see if the other iMessage user is typing a message (Learn: How to Get Back Deleted Messages on iPhone), pale gray ellipsis appears in the text bubble of the other user when a reply is started.
iMessage is different from Messages. On iPhones, green buttons and text bubbles indicate SMS-based communication; on all iOS devices, blue buttons and text bubbles indicate iMessage communication.
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