The latest version of Apple’s iPhone is set to bring the company’s text messaging service, Verboten, to iOS 11, which was first introduced back in June.
Verboten allows you to send messages with an automated message, and the company has confirmed to Mashable that you can send a message without typing anything.
Verizon is now rolling out the feature to users on iOS 11.
If you have an iPhone running iOS 11 beta 2, you’ll have to wait a little while longer to get the feature.
The update will also roll out to all Verizon subscribers who have opted in to the “Verbotens Text Messages” program, which allows users to send text messages using the company system.
Verizons text messaging will now be powered by the company System Message and will be available for use from the Messages app.
Users will have to turn on the Verbotens feature in the Messages settings in order to see the text messages that are sent.
The feature is currently only available for those who opt into the program, but the company is hoping to expand it in the future.
The feature is only available on iPhones and iPads running iOS 10.0 and higher, and users should be able to use it on iPhones running iOS 9.0 or later.
If users are running iOS 8.3 or higher, however, they’ll need to turn off “Verbots Text Messages.”
Verbotening is currently available only for iOS devices running iOS 7.0, 8.0.4 or later, and iPhone 5s and 6s running iOS 6.1, 7.1 or later