Sync Your iPhone Wirelessly With iTunes Using Wi-Fi Sync App

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The application is developed by Greg Hughes, a 2nd-year Computer Science student at the University of Birmingham. After launching the iPhone app, you need to pair the iPhone and the computer. Once this is done, the wireless syncing process will commence. It must be noted that in conventional tethered syncing, data transfers happen at speeds close to 500 Mbps. However, in case of wireless syncing, this may be a lot slower. Nevertheless, wireless syncing can be a great utility to a lot of users who may not want their iPhone to be tied to one place during the syncing process.
Though the demo shows the iPhone app working with a Mac, Hughes has clarified that it will also work with Windows.
for approval very shortly. While the iPhone app will be pretty useful and would be a killer iPhone app when iPhone OS 4 allows
, it is quite likely to get rejected. As
notes, a primary reason for this could be that Wi-Fi Sync's wireless communication with iTunes could be viewed as ”
” by Apple .
, which could be launched sometime this year that could be another reason for the iPhone app to get rejected.
that he hopes that Apple will approve it as it doesn't break any rules. Good luck Greg as we love the idea.
As you might have guessed, you need to install a syncing application on your computer.
Do you think Apple will approve Wi-Fi Sync? Would you be interested in such an iPhone app? Let us know in the comments below.

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