You're not the only one irked by iMessage spam -- Apple is too. Cupertino's finally gotten fed up with those pesky spammers and has established an email line to receive reports about them. So, next time your phone beeps and your slumber's rudely interrupted by ads for prescription drugs, take a screenshot of that riffraff and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. When shooting off the dispatch to Cook and Co. you'll also have to include the offender's phone number or email address, as well as the date and time you received the unwanted text. It's unclear what effect the tattling will have, but we're sure at least some measure of catharsis is involved. Okay, cheap pharmaceutical peddlers, brace yourselves for some sweet, satisfying justice.
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