The Messages app on the Mac has lagged behind its iOS equivalent for a long time – it’s good for responding to text messages without reaching your iPhone, but many features and effects are lacking. However, this could catch up this year. the 9to5Mac The team discovered clues to a revamped Messages app for macOS in the leaked iOS 14 code. The new software would be a Catalyst-based application that will effectively reflect what you see in the iOS and iPadOS versions. You can chat with someone on their iPhone without worrying about missing part of the conversation, even if it’s just a fanciful sticker.
There are no definitive clues as to when this redesign of messages will occur, although history suggests that it will be released with the next version of macOS at WWDC in June, with the finished software reaching users in the fall.