All you faithful iPhone users on AT&T’s network that waited out until late summer in order to have access to Multimedia Messaging, you only have to wait another two days at the most. September 25 is the heavily-anticipated launch date for iPhone MMS, and it’s just around the corner.
One great way we can tell it’s just around the corner is that AT&T has officially announced to the world when during the day and how it will be achieved. The network is in the process of sending texts to all iPhone users that indicate a carrier update will be available in iTunes mid-day; more specifically, late morning for Pacific Time and early afternoon for Eastern.
Our only concern at this point is that millions of people across the country will be attempting to download the update at the same time Friday and inevitably will crash the system. So, please leave us a comment on how the process worked out for you. Are you going to wait until later, or can you hardly contain yourself as it is?
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