According to Chris Galzerano, a programmer who has been digging extensively through the iOS 4.3 Beta and SDK, Apple’s upcoming iOS 4.3 update may well have the long-awaited feature of wireless syncing, among other features. CultofMac’s article does suggest there may be some reason to be skeptical about this, but I for one hope that it’s true. I have been waiting for wireless syncing since the original iPhone!
After looking in the accessibility and privateframeworks folder in the system folder, I noticed some things. There is a 100% chance of Photobooth on iOS. There is a private framework for photobooth effects and there is an accessibility bundle. There will also be a sports training app for workouts. There are 3 private frameworks relating to it and an accessibility bundle. iOS 4.3 may also have QuickLook, which is a feature in Mac OS X. There is also a framework for wireless syncing. In the image for the wireless sync, it shows the regular syncing (MobileSync.frmaework). Then, it shows the wireless sync (MobileWirelessSync.framework) Screenshots with annotations below:
This sure seems compelling to me, but hey – what do I know? Hopefully we find out sooner rather than later.