“AT&T can’t decide whether it loves or hates the iPhone. But for many iPhone users there’s little doubt: They hate AT&T,” Timothy Karr writes for The Huffington Post.
“The upcoming release of the new iPhone comes with some nasty strings attached. While Apple upgraded the device to deliver innovative features — like multimedia messaging and ‘tethering,’ which allows you to connect computers to the Internet via the device — AT&T has blocked [actually, delayed] customers from using them,” Karr writes.
“An AT&T spokesperson told the New York Times that ‘the delay has nothing to do with network issues,’ but declined to say why AT&T is slow to embrace cell phone innovation in the United States,” Karr writes.
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]