On an iPhone 14, you may remove a text message by accessing the Messages app and then the conversation. You can then erase the message by tapping and holding it, then selecting the More option. Then, tap the circle to the left of the message you want to remove, then tap the trash can icon and select Delete Message.
Our explanation continues below with further information about erasing iPhone messages, including screenshots.
For more information on this issue, see this video on how to delete messages on iPhone 14.
How to Delete a Text Message on iPhone 14
The instructions in this post were carried out using an iPhone 14 Plus running iOS 16.5.
These methods will also work on many other recent versions of iOS and many other iPhone models, including the ones listed below:
- iPhone 14 Pro
- iPhone 14
- Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
Step 1: Open the Messages app.
Step 2: Choose the discussion containing the message you want to delete.
Step 3: Hold down the message you want to erase.
Step 4: Click the More button.
Step 5: Select each message to be deleted, then tap the trash can symbol in the bottom-left corner of the screen.
Each message that will be removed will have a checkmark in the circle to the left of it.
Step 6: Tap the Delete Message button to confirm the text message removal.
You will be able to remove text messages that you no longer want to read when you open a discussion now that you know how to delete messages on iPhone 14.
You may also remove an entire text message discussion by sliding left from the main Messages screen and selecting the remove option.
Deleting iPhone Messages Video
Delete an iPhone 14 Text Message in Summary
- Go to Messages.
- Pick a conversation.
- Press and hold the message.
- Select More.
- Choose the message.
- Tap the garbage can icon.
- Click the Delete Message button.
Someone may send you or you may send someone else a text message that you do not want to see every time you open that discussion.
Fortunately, you can remove individual messages inside a discussion in your Messages app.
This implies you can preserve the remainder of the message while eliminating the undesirable message.
It should be noted that this will not unsend the message or delete it from the recipient’s device.
Hopefully, our instructions on how to delete messages on iPhone 14 have shown you how to do so in the future.
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