The new survey asks users to rank the top five features they'd like added to their iPhone 3Gs, including picture messaging, cut and paste, Flash support, and turn-by-turn directions. When (and if) we'll actually get said features is another question.

AppleInsider got its hands on the latest survey, which is apparently a follow-up to a similar e-mail that went out shortly after the iPhone 3G launch in July.

The e-mail asks users to "indicate the FIVE features that would be most important to you to have on the iPhone 3G," and most of the options are ones we've heard before—indeed, all the items on the survey are already listed on Pleasefixtheiphone.com, the iPhone "wish list" site that I blogged about last week. (Don't forget to go to Most wanted ever | Please fix the iPhone) and let them know what you want fixed....

Personally, I'm glad AT&T is at least asking iPhone users what they want out of their handsets; that said, it'd be nice if Apple listened, too. Guess we'll find out once iPhone firmware 2.2 hits iTunes.

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AT&T survey: What's missing from your iPhone 3G? : Ben Patterson : Yahoo! Tech