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How to save audio messages on your iPhone and change your settings so audio messages stop deleting after 2 minutes

Business Insider Thursday, 7 November 2019 ()
How to save audio messages on your iPhone and change your settings so audio messages stop deleting after 2 minutes· *You can save audio messages on your iPhone by tapping "Keep" under the message in your Messages app, or export them by using the "More..." button to select a message.*
· *By default, audio clips sent to you using iMessage expire and disappear two minutes after you listen to them for the first time.*
· *If you want to...
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