Well that's a change. When you send photos by Messages on iPhone now it creates a publicly accessible iCloud page for the photos with an expiry date a month later.

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The link can be followed by anyone (not just the original recipient - there's no one time token or anything to restrict access).

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@shanan do you mean P2P iMessage or Share via Messages?

@nicktmro that's a good question. it wasn't my message, but when I watched the sequence, it was the normal "Select ... Message .. To" flow that I use to send regular images.

@nicktmro OK, it's reproducible. I thought I was imagining it for a moment, but if you select more than a few images, tapping on Message generates an iCloud sharing page for the message instead of attaching the individual images.

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