What is MMS23?

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  1. Jon-Luke macrumors 6502

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    Some sites ( http://imodzone.net/forums/lofiversion/index.php/t162724.html ) are advertising that the iPhone 3GS has MMS23 while the 3G only has straight MMS - have seen this on more than one site so I don't think it's a typo. I have Googled MMS23 but can't seem to find an explanation. Does anyone know what this is and what makes it different from plain MMS?
     
  2. fireshot91 macrumors 601

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    Taken from Wiki:


    * MM1 — the 3GPP interface between MMS User Agent and MMS Center
    * MM2 — the 3GPP interface between MMS Relay and MMS Server
    * MM3 — the 3GPP interface between MMS Center and external servers
    * MM4 — the 3GPP interface between MMS Centers
    * MM5 — the 3GPP interface between MMS Center and HLR
    * MM6 — the 3GPP interface between MMS Center and user databases
    * MM7 — the 3GPP interface between MMS VAS applications and MMS Center
    * MM8 — the 3GPP interface between MMS Center and the billing systems
    * MM9 — the 3GPP interface between MMS Center and an online charging system
    * MM10 — the 3GPP interface between MMS Center and a message service control function
    * MM11 — the 3GPP interface between MMS Center and an external transcoder
     
  3. brn2prgrm macrumors member

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    My assumption is that the original poster of those threads copied and pasted that text from Apple's website, where the 23 would refer to a callout at the bottom of the page. They must've missed removing it before posting.
     
  4. Ishimaru macrumors 6502a

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    You are correct sir!
     
  5. Jon-Luke thread starter macrumors 6502

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