Congratulations, iPhone, you can finally join the cell phone family.
In its brief statement, AT&T offered few reasons why it's taken so long to get such a basic cell phone feature. It only said MMS "required us to work on our network MMS architecture to carry the expected record volumes of MMS traffic and ensure an excellent experience from Day One."
The carrier also said it appreciates the patience of its customers (it better) and that it knows that many iPhone customers are "eager" (that's putting it mildly) for the MMS rollout. Other iPhone carriers around the world have offered MMS since thewent live earlier this year.
On the magic day, you'll need a software update before you can send your first photo to another phone number. As we reported last month, some usersthe MMS commands on their iPhone after the most , but they've been unable to use them.
And in case anyone is keeping score, September 25 is three days after autumn officially begins on September 22. At Apple's WWDC in June, a company exec said later in the summer. And one more thing: we're still waiting for that support.