One of the latest features in iOS 5 and iTunes 10 is the ability of wireless syncing your devices. What you need to do is to connect the device first to your computer and then making sure that it is plugged into a docking station or into a wall outlet directly. You don't need any help of anyone who works in a software development company, what you need is just a computer, your device and a network.
Before you start the wireless sync, make sure that you have the latest version of iTunes and also ensure that you have the latest version, iOS 5 running on your device. On top of that you will also make sure that you have your computer and device on the same network.
To begin with the sync, plug your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to your Mac or PC then follow the following steps:
ñ Click on your iDevices name under Devices in the iTunes left panel.
ñ Scroll down under options and check sync with this iPod Over Wi-Fi and then click Apply.
ñ Now, plug your device directly to a wall outlet or into a dock (This is a part which involves a wire making this process not completely wireless).
ñ On your device, go to settings >> General >> iTunes Sync.
ñ Tap on Sync Now in order to start syncing. In this process, you will be able to see a series of screens while your device syncs with iTunes and you will also be able to monitor the syncing process on it
The synchronizing steps is complete. However the amount of time for the sync to complete depends upon the network speed and the amount of data you are syncing.
Even though this process is not completely wireless, it comes in handy if you rarely connect your device to your computer. Not only that, you can also sync your device with iTunes anywhere in the house provided both are on the same network. The cherry on the cake about the Wireless Sync is that you can continue using your device and iTunes while the synchronization continues in the background.
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