Apple announcements good but incremental

Bradner, Scott
June 2009
Network World;6/15/2009, Vol. 26 Issue 21, p22
Trade Publication
The author comments on the product upgrade announcement of Apple Inc. on their laptops and iPhones in the U.S. He opines on the exclusion of (AT&T) on the list of carriers that will support the multimedia messaging (MMS) of Apple's new iPhone operating system. The author stresses that few people accuse AT&T of looking after its long-term interest due to its move in excluding itself as an MMS carrier for iPhone.


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