1. Appaluci's Avatar
    On my previous (old school) phone, it was often helpful for me to note the time that a particular text came through. I could check each and every incoming or sent message's details, to see the date and time. With the iPhone, the date and time seems to appear only above certain texts, such as those that came in after a delay. But what if I want to know the exact time of a text that is within an active conversation, therefore, no display of date/time? Is there a special way to reveal this? Thank you!
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    10-09-2009 11:45 AM
  2. eldiablojoe's Avatar
    I've had the same question, thanks for asking!
    10-09-2009 04:07 PM
  3. AlecH's Avatar
    You don't see the msg date and time above each text message?

    See attached screen cap ...
    10-09-2009 05:34 PM
  4. eldiablojoe's Avatar
    It's on some, just not on all.
    10-09-2009 11:11 PM
  5. BENGRIMM's Avatar
    since the iphone uses Threaded messages it just date stamps the ones that begin a series of text . Example , you send a text and you go back and forth for 10 text , the first text will have the date stamp and the following 10 will not . When you send or receive a new text say maybe an hour later that will have a new date stamp .
    10-10-2009 08:25 AM
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