One of the oft requested iPhone features has come to the iPhone by way of a (currently) $4.99 app called Fetch MMS. The implementation is far from perfect. AT&T users must first change a setting through the carrier’s online messaging center. Also, it is impossible to send MMS to other iPhone users. The app uploads your photo to a remote server which then determines the carrier of the recipient based on the phone number. I assume the recipient’s e-mail address for text messages is then used to send the photo on its way. It’s not a great solution, but it may be as close as we have right now. I really hope some upcoming smart phones *cough*Pre*cough* can put the pressure on Apple to implement some of the long awaited basic features the iPhone lacks natively.
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