For months now, AT&T
If this seems like a "well, duh" moment, you're right. MMS should have been available a lot sooner, especially with the iPhone's level of interactivity. YouTube support is standard for the device, for example.
You'd think both AT&T and Apple
Ma Bell's spending spree will surprise no one. Search the Web, and you'll read the complaints about AT&T service. Or better still, spend some time at Twitter, the billion-dollar-microblogger that hosted more whining than the set of [Name Your Favorite Reality TV Show Here].
Service issues -- including dropped calls and missing voicemail -- may explain why rumors persist that Apple is talking with Verizon
Now, with MMS support, that's begun to change. Finally.
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