We discuss last week's iPod event and what Apple released and what they didn't. We still pine for an updated Apple TV, and MMS for the iPhone begins a slow rollout. Let's just say we're not surprised to be excluded from the lucky few to be picked to have MMS early.
While it's only two years too late, AT&T has decided that for a
select few users they would add MMS functionality two weeks early.
While the official date is set for September 25th, it's possible the
carrier might attempt a slow-roll-out of the new service just to let
steam off ahead of the launch.
If you ask most iPhone owners in the US about AT&T's service, you are more than likely
to get a negative response. Although you'll
probably hear praise for Apple's iconic device. Now it seems like
AT&T is going to try and add some more little features in an attempt to please dissatisfied customers.
the iPhone was once cruelly drowned in the vast Pacific, and quite nearly abandoned for dead.
But he emerged from his ordeal with super powers, like
advice-giving, face-making, and the ability to type an advice column into various online content management systems. Pose
your iPhone-related and/or philosophical quandries at email@example.com, and bask in the glow of his latest round of wisdom after the jump...