Today, Apple released an MMS update for the iPhone 3G and the iPhone 3G S – a long-awaited functionality that brought photo messaging technology to the best-selling smart phones. But many folks predicted that AT&T wasn't going to be able to handle the strain that a picture-messaging service would put on the network.
And now we have proof. Well, sort of. It's not like we took a poll or anything. Mostly, we just have the comments from our readers – more than 220 in all. The comments come from all corners of the country, and although we wouldn't subject this post to academic peer-review, the data does provide a pretty interesting snapshot of what iPhone users are experiencing.