AT&T should just rename themselves FT&T, or FailT&T. Even
though they presumably knew exactly how many iPhones had been
pre-ordered, and could estimate the demand on opening weekend, many users reported activation issues
with their new iPhone 3Gs and 3G S’s. Over the weekend, Apple had to
make amends, so they sent out emails to those with activation problems,
offering them a $30 iTunes gift certificate and an official statement that the delays could be up to 48 hours.
If the recent rumors are true and AT&T does plan to offer iPhone customers a tethering plan for $55 per month, people will have some decisions to make. Tethering or electricity? Tethering or something shiny from QVC? To help you decide, we've compiled an uncomprehensive list of items $55 a month will buy. Put on your Choosin' Hat and follow the jump...
This hasn't been confirmed, but reports are surfacing that AT&T plans to charge customers $55 per month for tethering. And U.S. customers could be sending and receiving MMS messages by the end of July. More details (well, alleged details) after the jump!
The (in)famous iPhone dev team, who was responsible for the original
jailbreak as well as keeping up with Apple's constant stream of
software updates and jailbreaking those as well, has released a video
that shows software that can accomplish a carrier unlock on every iPhone in existence.
It's been quite a couple of weeks for AT&T's public relations
department. Fresh on the heels of the phone company's unpopular
decision not to subsidize long-standing members' upgrade to the iPhone
3G S, even longer-standing members are finding the carrier's policy