Today, I am going to share with you another thing that makes iPhone so great. Don't get me wrong as I love both Android and iOS but I really feel the mobility when using iOS. With the release of iOS 5, Apple Inc. has revealed a new feature which is you can sync your iDevices (iPhone, iPod and iPad) with iTunes over the same WiFi network. Yes, this means that good bye those long cords!

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You might be asking, what wireless sync can do and the answer is practically everything from Audio, bookmarks, documents and even purchased applications. So what do you actually needs to perform a wireless sync?

Step by step guide to setup iTunes WiFi sync
  1. iPhone, iPad or iPods (any iDevices that is running iOS 5 and above).
  2. Make sure both your iDevice and laptop are connected to the same WiFi network.
  3. Connect your iDevice with your laptop and wait for iTunes to automatically open.
  4. If your iTunes does not open automatically, feel free to open the application manually.
  5. Now, select or highlight your iDevice on the left panel.
  6. Click 'Summary' in the menu bar. Scroll down to the 'Options' section.
  7. Check the 'Sync with this (iOS device) over Wi-Fi' box. Click 'Apply'.
  8. Detach your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
  9. Initiate an iTunes Wi-Fi Sync by tapping Settings > General > iTunes Wi-Fi Sync > Sync Now on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Or, plug it into an outlet.  
Now, you have all setup and you can rest assured that your iDevices are sync automatically within the same network connection and at the same time, waving good bye to those messy long cords.

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