iOS 16.2 beta update allows users to edit a sent iMessage even if the error in the message wasn’t discovered until after the post was already received by the recipient. The edits have no impact when used on iPhone models powered by older versions of the software such as iOS 15.2. The first public beta of iOS 16 is expected to be released in July with the final stable version of the operating system set for a fall launch. The edited messages will only be available to those having an iPhone-to-iPhone conversation. Once an Android phone is involved, those new features are no longer available to any members of an iMessage group. The original message sent with an error will automatically be replaced with the edited and corrected version of of the message . . .