“Earlier this year, a case against Apple regarding undelivered text messages from an iOS device to an Android phone was denied access to class-action level, and now the same judge has made a new ruling,” Evan Selleck reports for iPhone Hacks.

“U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh has finally dismissed the lawsuit against Apple that complained that those who had switched from iOS to Android were not receiving text messages from iOS devices after making the switch,” Selleck reports.

“Now that Judge Koh has made this ruling,” Selleck reports, “all of the active lawsuits against the Cupertino-based company regarding this particular issue are now closed, so it looks like Apple can finally put it behind them.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Apple’s iOS Messages webpage very clearly states: iMessage lets you send messages back and forth with anyone on iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or a Mac running Mountain Lion or later.

Apple never stated that their iMessage instant messenger service would work with random inferior iPhone knockoffs.

If you want to receive messages via Apple’s iMessage instant messenger service, get a real iPhone.

CASE CLOSED.

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