iMessage has been a superb implementation on the whole but, on the whole but you can never find it it without its issues. There have been numerous cases of spam attacks as well as the frequent downtime periods. Since the release of iOS 7, the customers are facing the problem that the messages are not being sending or received properly every time. iMessage is normally firing on all cylinders. Here are a couple of fixes available to make a regular smooth service remain on your device.
1. Turn off iMessage in Settings > Messages
2. Reset networking settings in Settings > General > Reset
3. Re-enable iMessage in Settings > Messages
There’s some evidence based on server logs that an iOS 7.0.3 update is being tested internally at Apple and based on this statement, the update may be intended to fix the iMessage issues for the customers who are having problems. If these logs are genuine, this would be the third minor update to the software after iOS 7.0.1, which was released only for the new iPhone 5S and 5C, and iOS 7.0.2, which fixed some high-profile lock screen bugs. We’ll keep an eye out for this problem in the release notes for future iOS updates so that to provide you right guidance to resolve your problems.
iMessage bug has been found more susceptible in previous iPhones while it seems to get worsened since iOS 7.0.2 was released. Not just this problem was upgraded partly, there are more problems also emerging which includes security issues and complaints of the original operating system causing nausea.