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AT&T survey hints at iChat application for iPhone

Conrad Quilty-Harper
July 8, 2007
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AT&T recently sent out a round of surveys to iPhone users, asking people about their experiences using the phone in different contexts. One of the slides asks about EDGE performance, with one subsection asking how well users rate performance whilst using "iChat," next to other features of the iPhone. Does this mean Apple is planning an iChat application, or did AT&T make a whoopsie? It's certainly not beyond the realm of possibility that Apple is working on iChat for the iPhone, and IM is definitely an improvement that we'd welcome.

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