Among other features, iOS 5 also brings WiFi Sync feature to your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch to wirelessly Sync iPhone with iTunes. These are the steps to enable Wi-Fi Sync and then wirelessly sync your iPhone with iTunes on your computer.
Apple has enabled Wi-Fi Sync for Windows users in iOS 5 beta 4. Indeed a great news for those iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users that use a Windows computer as their primary machine. For Mac users, WiFi Sync has already been enabled since iOS 5 Beta 2.
WiFi Sync app for iPhone, iPod Touch is now available in the Cydia Store. First time demoed last month by Greg Hughes, WiFi Sync developer, had plan to submit the App to the AppStore and without a surprise, WiFi Sync is rejected from Apple App Store shortly after the submission. 🙂 Wi-Fi Sync enables wireless […]
A developer named Greg Hughes has developed an iPhone app named ‘Wi-Fi Sync‘ that let you wirelessly sync iPhone with iTunes. He has uploaded a sneak preview of Wi-Fi Sync app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Wi-Fi Sync Preview after the jump…