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The Wi-Fi synchronization soon on iPhone, iPad and iPod 28 June 2011

Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
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Can it happen completely cable?

Apple continues its path to iOS 5.0 and beta versions to flow fairly quickly. Less than three weeks after the initial presentation of the new mobile system, a second beta is available for developers. It brings such functionality expected since long time by users: Wi-Fi for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch synchronization.

Synchronizing via Wi-Fi supports everything that classical synchronization could be: applications, music, videos, photos, contacts, Safari bookmarks, and so on. Well, it should be noted that a Wi-Fi network, same in 450 Mb/s, cannot have the same performance as a USB 2.0 cable. Will have to be more patient, but that’s not counting on a wireless advantage: operations on the computer are reflected on the phone in the background.

Apple states that the wireless sync is automatically activated when the device includes the same wireless network as the computer. It is imperative that the power supply is also connected. Apple probably

[via dcellphoneshop]

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