Electronic device Apple iPhone is able to send and receive SMS text messages, but not to transmit them as a regular cell phone or would just like you would with an email. The act of referral is when you send an SMS text message that you have received one or more people in your contact list. It can be a little frustrating, but all hope is not lost. There is a simple way to move until Apple decides to add an SMS function return true in a future update of the software.
Things you need
Make sure you have the latest version of iPhone software. Check for updates by connecting your iPhone to your computer, open iTunes by clicking on the name of your iPhone in the "Devices" menu and clicking on the "Check for Updates" button.
Use the touch screen of your iPhone to open the text message you want to convey.
Press twice quickly on the text of the SMS message to reveal the iPhone copy and paste options. Copy the full text of the message on the board of the clip of your iPhone.
Create a new text message. Paste the text you copied from the message you want to convey in this new text message.
Press the "+" button and add a contact to your list of recipients. You will be able to choose a phone number or email address from your "Contacts" application or enter a memory. Repeat this process for however many recipients you need.
Hit "Send" to send your SMS text message. This will actually forwarded your email; it is just that the process took a few more steps than it should have.