Finally, MMS feature of iPhone will be released and available for its users.

Every Apple iPhone and AT & T consumers are now clamoring for the false information that they got when they avail their services. Consumers was set to believed that iPhone is MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) capable, but were dismayed to find out that it isn't yet.

They have announced in June that it will be available soon but for the nth time, their promise has never been fulfilled. Due to this, consumers have decided to sue the company. On the other hand, it was promised that it will be available on Friday, Septmeber 25, 2009.

"We absolutely will offer MMS on iPhone 3GS and iPhone 3G with 3.0 upgrades in late summer, once we complete some system upgrades that will ensure our customers have the best experience with MMS," an AT&T representative said in a statement cited by Wired.

Carr's lawsuit does admit that Apple has a notice on its Web site explaining that support for MMS would be available from AT&T in late summer. However, the suit characterizes the note as a "mouseprint disclaimer," referring to the small print.

Technically, Apple has enabled MMS in iPhone OS 3.0. The proof is that 29 carriers around the world activated MMS on the iPhone when the new operating system was released on June 17. It's not available in the United States because AT&T isn't ready to activate it yet, which was disclosed on June 8. Source:>