A report from "The Washington Post" sure says so. And the funny thing is, that this hate is coming is coming from people who have used the iPhone. At the begining of the iPhones' problems, it was easy for Apple to point their finger at AT&T as the source of the problems. AT&T even got "boos" from the crowd at WWDC 2009 when Scott Forestall announced that AT&T was not going to support the two biggest features of the 3.0 update at launch, MMS and Tethering. If fact, Om Malik, founder of Giga Omni Media, Inc., switched from AT&T to T-Mobile because of "static, the dropped calls and above all the shoddy call quality."