The only carrier licensed to sell the iPhone in the U.S. also seems to be the only carrier incompetent enough to screw it up.
iPhone 3.0 has MMS and tethering — two technologies people have been screaming about for months. But while other users around the world can enjoy them today (ok, June 16), they’re not available on AT&T.
Turns out AT&T could care less, though. They’ve already got the two-year contracts signed from the 2.0 launch, and don’t seem to want to make things easy for “official” users.