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MMS coming to iPhone via re-branded Mobispine app

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Following a report from MacWorld Sweden (Translated Link) claiming that iPhone carrier Telia would soon offer a Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) application for its iPhone customers, mobile services company Mobispine has announced that it is developing a native MMS application for the iPhone. According to a posting on the company’s blog, Mobispine will sell a specially-branded version of its MMS application to operators, who in turn will make it available to users via the App Store. It is currently unclear whether Mobispine will be able to receive approval from Apple for the MMS application.

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Finally, someone has the cojones to push an MMS app! See, it’s not just the antiquated Americans who believe it’s everyone’s right to have MMS. Old technology? Yeah right. This could be the beginning of a beautiful thing. Pray for MMS; because my iPhone is slowly losing its luster.

Posted by Charles Starrett on November 20, 2008 at 8:45 PM (CST)

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