You can save audio messages on your iPhone by tapping “Keep” under the message in your Messages app, or export them by using the “More…” button to select a message.
By default, audio clips sent to you using iMessage expire and disappear two minutes after you listen to them for the first time.
If you want to always save audio clips, turn off the expiration option in the Messages app’s settings.
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One of the perks of using iMessage to chat with another iPhone user is that you can send audio messages in addition to text, emoji, and photos.
But Apple treats these audio messages like top secret communications — by default, they expire and are permanently deleted two minutes after the first time you listen to them, with no option to get them back. However, it’s easy to preserve them longer.
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How to save audio messages on iPhone
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