I remember how exciting it was when Sprint PCS launched the first phones to have color screens and cameras in 2002. The Samsung A500 may have only had a 720kbps data, and the camera was 320x240, and an attachment (and sold for $99 on top of the $399 pricetag for the phone), but the feature everyone was excited about was MMS. Now, if you have an iPhone 3G or 3Gs, you can relive the excitement of 2002 all over again!
AT&T announced that the iPhone 3G and 3Gs will be joining the ranks of those 7-year-old handsets (and almost every other handset on the planet today) on September 25th with the addition of MMS. Though MMS has changed a lot since the early days, it still shouldn't have taken this long for any modern phone, especially one that is billed as a multimedia phone.
Are any of our iPhone users excited about this, or have you already downloaded an app to allow for MMS? Will this convince any iPhone holdouts to finally make the switch?