The iPhone is pretty much the coolest piece of portable hardware, regardless of what Blackberry owners try and tell themselves. And now Apple has officially unveiled their new, faster iPhone 3G S and the 3.0 software. There are dozens of new features, many which were expected and others which were simply hoped for. Interestingly, it turns out two of the most anticipated features, MMS and tethering, will not even work when first offered thanks to AT&T. Almost immediately after Apple indicated AT&T was not ready to support these functions, fanboys began pounding their keyboards directing hatred and digital anger towards the carrier spurring a response that such features would likely be available by late summer.
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