Developer Demonstrates Wireless Syncing of iPhone and iPod Touch to iTunes


Engadget points to a YouTube video posted by a developer apparently showing an iPhone application called Wi-Fi Sync that will enable users to wirelessly sync their iPhones and iPod touches with their computers via a local Wi-Fi network.

As the name implies, the app promises a complete sync of your iPhone or iPod touch with iTunes without having to tether and looks pretty straightforward (and occasionally useful) based on the video demonstration found after the break.

According to comments from the developer, he believes that the application fully complies with Apple's developer rules and will be submitting it for inclusion in the App Store later this week.

The application requires a separate syncing application to be installed on the user's computer. The video shows a Mac OS X version of the application in action, and the developer promises that a Windows version is under development.