I don't know what the older iPhones way back to 6 are capable of,
but using modern versions, you can actually access your cloud files
through your iPhone under the files utility. You launch this
utility and then at the top of the tree there is a locations item.
Under that is a choice between iCloud and iPhone. If available,
choose iCloud and then browse around there. If you see anything
strange, delete it.
On 6/26/2021 2:40 PM, Kay Malmquist
I am sorry about the subject line but if you read on, you
will see why.
My husband has an iPhone 6 S and yes, I realize it is an
older phone but this is not the issue. When I O S 14 series
came out, like most every one else, he updated. Now I have to
back up a bit. Back in 2016 I had brain surgery and he posted
to a couple of groups how I was doing. He would send texts to
everyone and then of course delete them. Now back to around a
half year ago when I O S 14 came out. He upgraded and now there
is one text that he sent at this time showing up at the top of
pages, down where the page adjust bar is and other places as
well. It covers up things and makes it a pain to do a lot of
what should be simple. He has called Apple and they have
thought that it might be a labeling issue. They have taken
everything off his phone and then they say that they can see
it. It is not a labeling issue. They have said that they would
send it up the line to the engineering team, but nothing is ever
heard. Now last week he got an iPad and when he set it up he
set it up through the iCloud and guess what? That text is now
on his iPad. It must have to do with something in the iCloud.
He called Apple tech support and got the usual run around. He
is going to get a new iPhone within the next week and if he
registers it using his info that text will be on it as well.
Where can someone go to get to a higher level of tech
support that will help him to get this fixed once and for all?
If that means dumping his iCloud account and starting over from
scratch, then so be it. Please if anyone has any thoughts on
this it would be appreciated.
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