O2, the iPhone carrier in the UK, no longer has the exclusivity to sell the iPhone in the UK. Yesterday, we reported you about another carrier that’s going to sell the iPhone in the UK; Orange. Today, Vodafone joined the club as well. Both carriers started negotiating with Apple almost a year ago. » Vodafone UK Also Going To Sell iPhone
The EU will stop sales of the iPhone if a new research shows that the cause of the incidents of exploding iPhones is a technical issue. Meglena Kuneva, commissioner of Consumer Affairs, said that.
So, the UK is going to have another carrier to deliver the iPhone. Their current iPhone carrier is O2, but later this year Orange will join the club. There are already a couple of countries who have more than one carrier for the iPhone, like Italy and Czechia. Maybe this can change some things elsewhere in the world. Maybe Verizon can join the club in the US.
Apple announced their App Store has surpassed the 2 billion download mark. They also announced a couple of other statistics.
MMS finally arrived. The multimedia messaging functionality has been enabled for the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS, Friday afternoon. To activate MMS, you need firmware 3.1 and a carrier settings update from iTunes. Follow the following steps: » MMS Finally Arrived + Guide
AppShopper reports that Apple approved 1.400 iPhone and iPod touch applications last Friday. According to AppShopper this hasn’t happened in the last couple of months.