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Why do iPhone users judge people with green text bubbles?

Why do iPhone users judge people with green text bubbles?

Update: 2019-05-15
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Do you scoff at people who appear in iMessage as a green bubble? Or are you the person with the green bubble that has been unaware of your friends secretly judging you? In the season premiere, Ashley Carman of The Verge and Kaitlyn Tiffany of The Goods by Vox talk to experts and users about how Apple's design and color choice in iMessage can cause rifts in relationships.

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Comments (3)

Seif El Ahouel

wow, life is hard in the US, there are plenty of cross-platform apps to use with all the features you'd want, but noooo "The Apple Ecosystem" is the place to be

Aug 20th
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Boris Yoffe

I totally can't get it! To buy $1000 phone because of messaging! Some people are crazy) Previously I thought that it's a joke about green and blue bubbles) and after all... there are a lot of messaging-apps which are pretty much better than iMessage.

Jul 10th
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ABR

Let's be real, this is mostly a thing among overprivileged assholes. The rest of the world doesn't care.

Jun 4th
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Why do iPhone users judge people with green text bubbles?

Why do iPhone users judge people with green text bubbles?

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