Wireless (Wi-Fi) syncing: Will iPhone 4G have it?

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We have a very tasty video for you to check out now, which shows one user syncing his iPhone with iTunes over a wireless connection. Will this be a possible feature on the iPhone 4G we wonder?

As reported from Engadget, the Wi-Fi Sync app is the creation of developer Greg Hughes, who has already stated that he plans to submit it to Apple for approval on the App Store.

As you can see from the video, the app allows complete syncing of an iPhone or iPod Touch to iTunes, without the need for any cables or tethering.

It will be interesting to see what Apple think of his app. If approved, we could see this app get the ‘official’ treatment for the iPhone 4G this Summer.

Watch the video and give us your thoughts on it.

Also See: The 4G iPhone is already here, false impressions

  • barry

    That would be quite good!

  • barry

    That would be quite good!

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  • http://twitter.com/stevepcary @stevepcary

    BUYER BEWARE – Do NOT expect ANY support from Greg Hughes if you encounter any problems with his Wi-Fi Sync software. I purchased the Windows version of Greg’s Wi-Fi Sync software and attempted to install on several PC’s with the same results “application failed to start”. I submitted a friendly trouble ticket on Greg’s support site over a month ago and Greg has made NO attempt to respond. A second trouble ticket also went unanswered as did a request for a refund. PayPal will only assist if the software was purchased via EBay, not Cydia. Jay Freeman of Cydia also didn’t respond to my email requesting assistance. BUYER BEWARE!