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  # 226552 19-Jun-2009 08:32
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Shin: Who the h@@l in Apple thought that sending 1.3mpixel through mms would be cool?

We are still in beta version status even it reaches 3 x era... Errr...


Afaik phones always limit the size of pictures sent via MMS, my old sony erricson used to do this as well. I'm not sure if it's a limitation of MMS or the phones are trying to cut down on data sent.

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  # 226630 19-Jun-2009 11:40
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Just received a text from Vodafone about the update...


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  # 226635 19-Jun-2009 11:53
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me too, anyway I really can't get it why there is no option to reduce photo size before sending MMS?

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  # 226677 19-Jun-2009 13:13
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and now...


Please note that once you've downloaded the new iPhone software update you'll be able to MMS. But, to receive an MMS, you'll need to send one first. Enjoy!

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  # 226859 19-Jun-2009 20:46
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MattD: and now...





Please note that once you've downloaded the new iPhone software update you'll be able to MMS. But, to receive an MMS, you'll need to send one first. Enjoy!



Yeah I don't quite understand that last bit. I haven't had dinner yet so my focus is a bit out but is it a play on words or can you really not receive your first MMS until you've sent one?! I sent a couple when I first updated but haven't had anyone send me any yet.

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