AT&T Surveys Users On Requested iPhone Features
AT&T is back with another customer survey, and it may be the most useful survey of theirs yet. This time they’re asking iPhone and iPhone 3G owners what features they would like to see added to the iPhone in the future. For the most part, it seems to be a follow-up to a survey done not long after the iPhone 3G’s US launch.
The survey focuses on what features users want to see most in the iPhone 3G. Participants are asked to chose five from a list of possible hardware or software changes that they most want to see implemented in the next version of the iPhone or iPhone software. The list includes many of the most popular requests, including copy and paste, a true IM client (although this void has been partly filled by the App Store), web support for Flash and Java, and MMS messaging support.
Strangely, some of the features on the list have already been implemented or partly implemented by Apple, such as the ability to search contacts or download ringtones.