Over the past few years, it’s hard to believe that MMS is still such a big hoo-ha in a phone, especially since most entry-level phones have the MMS feature. Anyways, iPhone owners have been drooling over AT&T’s announcement of the “new” feature. Now the MMS rollout has begun, and based on user feedback, it only takes a few seconds to run he update over iTunes. After that, reboot your iPhone, and you should be good to go.
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