Updated: tweaked headline to reflect all US time zones
Today AT&T said that iPhone users will be able to update their carrier profile data via iTunes this Friday, September 25. The software will be made available "late morning" Pacific Time. The carrier profile update will enable MMS on the iPhone.
i love this phone.. might i be one of the few to say mms on this phone is beautiful.. sending pictures and videos is a breeze and quick i might add.. Ive had mms on and off for a few months know.. at&t was the only thing holding me back from having it all the time.. Ive had it permanently sense Itunes 9.0 was released .. so i can first hand say.. it was at&ts issue.
So.... Today is Saturday, September 26th. Its about 12pm right now. It was a rather chilling morning but I think this afternoon is going to be warm.
Anyway, enough about the weather, WHATS UP IPHONE USERS? I haven't heard ANYTHING about your MMS experience. Can you do it? Is it smooth? Flawless? Did the Update take long? Did you have to reset your device? Did you lose anything? Was there anything else that came with the "Update"? Let me on whats happen.
I have asked.... Idk, lets round it to 12 people so far about MMS. Not 1 of them did the update (4 didn't know about the update and 2 didn't know the Iphone couldn't mms). Still nothing though. I haven't heard from someone who's finished with the update and experienced the "Revolutiona... (continues)
I can already figure that we will be receiving tons of calls tomorrow griping that their MMS hasn't been turned on. As the article says, late in the morning Pacific Time, which means early afternoon Central and Eastern time. Based on the "patience" of our normal iPhone user, that means Care will start getting calls right after midnight and the phone in the store will be ringing off the hook at 9:00 am Central with iPhone users b!tching that their phones won't MMS yet.
the way i've heard it explained is that at&t actually routes MMS over internet/media net via the phones email and the iphone didn't have the profile to recieve, therefore either apple needed to change it or att had to do a network overhaul. Somehow at... (continues)
didn't sprint have one of the first camera phones? wasn't that in 2003? who were you sending mms with in 2002? i could absolutely be wrong about this, but i can say for sure that sending pics would have been hard when just a handful of users had a dev... (continues)
more like hello 1998...i had voicestream back then with a nokia bar phone, that even had mms on it. this is a scam and its funny how some people dont realize that. apple tosses in a few preexisting features or activates them and craps out a new model ... (continues)