Apple is really, really excited about iPhone OS 3.0’s ability to send and receive MMS messages. So excited, in fact, that they didn’t even notice the glaring red error icons lingering in their promotional screenshots.
See, when you’re sending a text or picture message on iPhone OS 3.0 and something goes awry, a little red icon pops up next to the failed message. Its primary purpose is letting you know something broke, but it doubles as the button to resend the message. In Apple’s US store, the error icons are nowhere to be seen. But on the UK page? There they are, clear as day.
Sure, Apple UK might have just decided that this newfound error alert system was a worthwhile feature to passively show off without any mention whatsoever. Or not.