Apple and AT & T are two extremely powerful companies, and I'm sure that the iPhone, service plans, and most of all decisions on subvention and revenue sharing – like most battles on the battlefield in the past centuries. Anywhere, Apple and AT & T have no big problem for end-users, as the Cupertino-based company means more than the iPhone, but – for some AT & T users – the iPhone 3G and AT & T. Why? Unfortunately, most iPhone 3G problems seem to be related to AT & T's services, as some claim, and even the mobile operator had to recognize a guild several times.
While the iPhone 3G and the AT & T party became public, of course, there was the first generation of iPhone and AT & T, which greatly contributed to the activation and synchronization of iTunes. The iPhone was developed by Apple and AT & T announced in June 2007. At that time, AT & T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson said that "activation activated by the iPhone user is another example of AT & T and Apple's partners to provide innovative new services to our customers and synchronization is just one example of that this really will be a real industrial switch exchange. "
Unfortunately, iPhone 3G uses another strategy to activate the business alone, which caused many problems in the United States in the opening days of the iPhone 3G sales. As everyone is suddenly scared of using the iPhone 3G, AT & T's network is simply overwhelmed by online orders and traffic that are needed for all the simultaneous activation that needs to be done as people overwhelm their most sought after businesses today's gadget.
Despite the fact that AT & T worked day-to-day to help your customers, there is still a lot of work on your 3G network to handle all iPhone 3G users and their speed needs. As exclusivity was given to the only US carrier in the Apple phone by 2010, this image is a bet and a lot of money.
All in all, people have to understand: iPhone 3G is a good tool, perhaps not perfect, and – unfortunately – the expectations for most people once the original iPhone has simply come "from outside" though it is so high and AT & T will do everything, but this is no longer enough for some subscribers now enough. Last but not least, if you get an iPhone 3G, take the time to read this manual. This will inevitably save you and Apple and / or AT & T guys from losing some valuable time, not to mention that this is upsetting. Oh, yes, one more thing – if you want to know more about this whole business, read the iPhone 3G – AT & T on BindApple!