There was bound to be a backlash at some point. The AT&T bashing has begun:Working Assets is calling for a boycott of the iPhone.
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Apple just released iTunes 7.3 (34MB) which is required to activate iPhone service:With iTunes 7.
Apple this morning updated the front page of Apple.com with a giant iPhone group picture and removed the Hot News area and the small tiles from the bottom of the page.
Users of AT&T's much maligned Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) data network are reporting faster download speeds beginning late Thursday. The company is believed to be tweaking network speeds in anticipation of today's iPhone launch.
In a new press release posted today on Apple.com the company clarifies how iPhone sales will work tomorrow.
I am going to need a vacation after the iPhone launch. Whoops, did I just type that?
Furthering their strategy to make us all insane by slowly releasing information on their silly little phone, Apple posted an iPhone Questions and Answers section on their Web site today.Most of the information is already known, but the picture above is the best photo yet of the iPhone dock, which includes a slot for charging the Bluetooth headset and the pass through holes for the iPhone's microphone and speaker.
AT&T has posted a "What you need to know" page about iPhone. While most of the information is marketing related hoopla cribbed from Apple, some important questions about the warranty, insurance, corporate discount and return policies are answered:iPhone is covered by the Apple warranty.
Fellow ZDNet Blogger Mary Jo Foley has it on good authority that iPhone will be compatible with Microsoft Exchange Server.Word is that Apple make the announcement as soon as today that:...
Today must have been the day that a bunch of iPhone Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) expired because a couple of tech writers are out with their reviews.First up is the Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg with Testing Out the iPhone where he says:We have been testing the iPhone for two weeks, in multiple usage scenarios, in cities across the country.