Well they couldn't do that or it'd be illegal as they don't have coverage in the smaller areas. That's part of the problem with AT&T.More like an attack in AT&T, not apple.
One thing I found funny in the rebuttal of AT&T with that actor naming off cities is that you would figure the planning behind the commercial would be done better. Think about it..when he names places, he names capitals of the state or well known areas in each state..
"Chicago, "Spokane",... whatever. Better planning by AT&T would have had them naming relatively unknown cities in those same states.
My wife has an iPhone that is her work issued phone, I don't need to see a map....I hear her complain about it all the time...
And we are in the Balt/DC area...
More like an attack in AT&T, not apple.
If Verizon were to begin a "Family Smartphone Data Sharing Plan" as ATT reduces their unlimited plan it would spank ATT big time (even more than it does now)
i go tthis mesasge, thats when i made my decision to go droid.A friend with an iPhone was telling me recently he got a message telling him to use the data services a little less because it's clogging up the network. That's just sad.
The partnership made in heaven is turning a little sour. Looks like a bad marriage with kids. Apple can't get away fast enough for it to make any difference. Both headed towards the Island Of Misfit Toys. As long as the IPhone has been out and it's not any better than it is. It's always been about the apps and the "look what I've got thing " then when something comes along to question exactly how good it is, the hand wringing, and cries of foul begin. Apple's apps and programs work smoothly on their stuff because it doesn't work on anything else. Kinda a description of a "Misfit " right there.