What is stopping Apple from making a workaround for visual voicemail? (Other than presumably some incentives to be exclusive to cingular/at&t) I guess I don't see how this part of the product requires any special network enhancments on cingular's end of things. My thinking almost as soon as this was announced was: 1) Get the phone to automatically intercept voicemail (if a person can dial into their voicemail there is nothing stopping a phone from doing it automatically) 2) Save as an audio file 3) Still use the front end UI of the "visual voicemail" demo'd at macworld but it is really just opening a saved file on your harddrive. I don't see any technical limitation to doing this on any network as it is all done with the phone. And if they can implement some of the technologies like multitouch etc in one small package I can't see how they couldn't do this. My 2 cents.