Cupertino, we have a problem.
Apple iPhone’s weakest link continues to be AT&T. We know, big surprise. God knows AT&T’s so-called “phone support” rivals the worst Windows box assembler’s.
So, first the activation fiascos that rendered Apple’s $600 devices into gorgeous, but useless iBricks, and now this:
“iPhone users across the U.S. were complaining Monday that AT&T Inc.’s wireless data network was down,” Nancy Gohring reports for IDG News Service.
“The network was down primarily in the West and Midwest, but by 7 p.m. on the East Coast, service was restored, according to Warner May, an AT&T spokesman. He said he didn’t know when the problems started,” Gohring reports.
Full article here.
Engadget confirms here.
MacDailyNews Take: Regardless of the situation, “we don’t know” seems to be the first thing AT&T employees are taught to say.