iMessageApple users can now report spam messages sent over the company’s iMessage system directly via an email to In a support document on Apple’s website (hat-tip Macstories), the company explains that all a user needs to do is include a screenshot of the message you have received, note down the full email address or phone number that the unwanted message was sent from, and include the date and time of the message received. Apple’s move to crack down on spam has likely come amid concerns about spam on its iMessage system — which works exactly like email spam. Earlier this year, we also reported on an incident in which at least a half-dozen iOS developer and hacker community members were targeted with a series of rapid-fire texts sent over Apple’s iMessage system.

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