There are some iPhone apps you just know Apple’s going to reject, and in the best case you’re not going to be too much disappointed about it - you just know. This is exactly what is going to happen to Wi-Fi Sync, an app from developer Greg Hughes who’s managed to build a tool that lets you wirelessly sync your Mac and iPhone. What we’ve been waiting for years now, and Apple never delivered.
But we know this is not going to happen. There are a million of reasons why Apple doesn’t want something like this to be available in the App Store, and at this point I hope Greg will get over it and release the app in the Cydia Store. At least he’ll make some good bucks out of it.
Check out the demo preview of Wi-Fi Sync after the break.
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