MMS Support

i robot

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although AT&T don't commit to their inclusive SMS. Many other mobile providers around the globe have clearly stated their iPhone plans. I haven't heard any mention of mms with in those plans. Although I would love this I can't see it happening.
 

ColsTiger

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I should would like to hear something official from Apple. Why wouldn't Stevo discuss this in the keynote?
 

|3are

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I've sent maybe three picture messages over the entire two years I've had my Razr. It's hard for me to get excited about this issue like some of you do.
 

jjvaldez

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well i have received about 100 in year and was able to recover like 10 with that viewmymessage crap
 

Marianne

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nice find! that would be sweet - i do miss mms. i don't get a lot of mms messages from my friends, but i do like to send them every now and then. i wouldn't be surprised if steve jobs hadn't mentioned this during the wwdc keynote because AT&T still hadn't worked out how they were going to handle the messaging parts of the plans they will offer (and we still don't know about text messages!)...
 

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I think I would use MMS more on my iPhone than any other phone I've had simply because of the better camera.
 

dwp1975

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of all the camera phones I've owned I have used MMS more than SMS. My wife and I send tons of pictures to each other of kids. MMS is useful to me because if I am at the store and I want my wife to see something there to see if I am picking up the right thing I will snap a picture, send it to her (can do the same with email but with no push 15 minutes is too long to wait) and then get a yes or no reply or call.
 

Lincoln

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There have been things introduced at Keynotes in the past that shipped with surprise features not mentioned at the Keynote. And although I would like MMS support, I'm doing as the article suggests and taking this with a grain of salt.

- John