Well, I've had my iPhone since Launch. In Hong Kong here, we have MMS enabled, the carrier would send our incoming MMS to a different "mailbox", which can be accessed from our Carrier's website... The story begins... Well, I just talked to our carrier (3), because one of my MMS was apparently "Lost in Transfer", so I arranged a meeting with a manager. So the manager went through some data and got my message back . We chatted for a while, he told me to make a MMS icon on my homepage (Dashboard - Website shortcuts), for the moment. I was confused, asked him... Apparently, MMS is going to be the responsibility of the Carriers, (3) is making an App for Hong Kong and Macau users to be able to get their MMS and send out MMS. Reason? Well, many carriers didn't want it, and Apple has actually made an app - but AT&T didn't want it to hog up space. So what happens now is that the carriers can use that script and optimize it for their users. What then? It'll be part of our plan, added free of charge (Not really sure about other country's carriers if they plan to pursue it). The MMS is going to be added like emoji, but we will need to have an extra package installed by (3) (To prevent Jailbreakers from using it) which will be serialized for each individual phones (Meaning each phone will use one that matches (3)'s Database... In conclusion... 1)MMS is going to be up to the carriers (it seems), and 2)Apple has already done it, but turned down by AT&T. 3)The MMS App will be able to send, receive and download the picture.4)They will be axed to the phone, so each gets a unique version of it that syncs to their iPhone (Computer, Phone Number and (3)'s unique database pin number) 5)Only (3) users in Hong Kong and Macau are getting this (Since we have unlocked sold by Apple as well), which might indicate that Jailbreakers in the US, not using AT&T isn't getting this. 6)Installed by the carrier individually after software update So, my own conclusion is wtf? If AT&T turned it down, couldn't other countries have gotten it directly? At least we'll get our MMS . But seems like Apple is started to secure things on Jailbreakers, as for adding it so it's unique to our respective iPhones, wouldn't that be a bit far-fetched as each needs to be slightly modified? Like they have time... Of course, the Manager could have been talking trash, but it seems realistic, sounds like a logical step. I guess this also means Software update 2.3 soon?