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iPhone text clearing malfunction?


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Hey guys,

My girlfriend has an iPhone and recently deleted a conversation on her phone. I understand that it is typical for the conversation to simply remain in the same spot as it was before it was deleted. However, for some reason the conversation in question is not where she said the last time she contacted this individual was. She says that this is due to some sort of malfunction on her phone which sometimes (but not always, because other conversations have cleared normally) sends a blank text or something of the nature when a conversation is cleared, and thus bumps it up. Is this plausible or is she just full of it? Thanks a ton for your help.
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