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The sneaky invisible texting trick kids love using to fool their parents revealed

A concerned parent has issued a warning after she discovered her child sending “concealed” texts to their friends, as detailed in a viral Reddit post.

“My child has found a way to conceal texts,” the unnamed guardian lamented while describing her child’s incognito correspondence on the subreddit Apple/help.

They also included a since-deleted screenshot showing the phantom message obscured by dancing pixels like TV static.

As many Redditors pointed, the youngster was using Apple’s “invisible ink” tool, which allows senders to hide their texts from prying eyes.

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