AT&T loves the Apple faithful, after all. Since we're more than likely getting an iPhone refresher unit this summer (sooner than you think: June is only three weeks away!), AT&T is priming and prepping its upgrade eligibility conditions.
Reports have surfaced that point to the iPhone being exclusive to AT&T until 2012. By then John Cusack will saved us all from the end of the world and the iPhone on Verizon will be the least of our worries.
Remember that brouhaha over at Gizmodo about the next generation iPhone? Well the story continues with super-secret informants. Riveting stuff.
While it's been rumored in the past, new findings from court documents suggest Apple and AT&T did indeed have an exclusivity deal for the iPhone up through 2012. You can almost hear the collective groans now...
So it's Mother's Day weekend – and you know what we're thinking? Mom sure would love an iPad, don't you think? Of course she would. It'd beat the heck out of flowers. Again. For the tenth year in a row.
Granted, when our significant other, the mother of our child, gets a load out of what we got her for Mother's Day, well...let's just say someone around here is expecting a rather great Father's Day present. Like in the MacBook category. Okay, let's not talk about it anymore. We hate to ruin surprises. Speaking of surprises, you know what's not a surprise? That this weekend brings you a whole 'nother week's worth of the very best gifts of all – the talented writing of the Mac|Life crew.
Early adopters of the 3G version of Apple's iPad were in for a bit of a surprise over the weekend, finding that ABC's video player app would not work over 3G. Low and behold, AT&T doesn't want you to blame them for it either.
Some of this information may be old hat to most, but if you were one of the lucky few to get in on the 3G iPad during pre-order time, a little refresher on AT&T's upcoming data plan for the device may be in order.