WiFi Sync, the app that lets us wirelessly sync iOS devices, is about to be updated to v2.0. Originally scheduled for December, WiFi Sync 2.0 is now in beta and aims to bring far greater stability and speed, along with a few useful features such as the ability to initiate a wireless sync from your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.
The dev plans on adding some other new nifty features such as the ability to sync via 3G, EDGE, VPNs and Wi-Fi hotspots, and the ability to sync “in the background” so you can use your phone while it wirelessly syncs.
One great thing about v2.0 is that it will come with a separate app, instead of a installer package, making it easier to de-activate for firmware updates. If you are not familiar with current version of WiFi Sync, everytime you need to restore/upgrade your iOS device, you need to run a uninstaller package or else the restore/upgrade will fail.
We will keep you updated. Stay tuned…