Could iPhone 4 Finally End Tethering?

Those two million iPhone users who went out and bought iPads over the last two months didn't really have a great out of the box experience, even if some of them don't realise it.

Why? Primarily because of iTunes. At some stage this slice of 'magic' needed to be tethered to a desktop in order to sync, backup and in some cases register.

Its a major iPhone/iPad failing and doesn't affect devices running Android or Windows Mobile. In fact my Windows Mobile and Android phones have never been synchronised with a desktop PC both linking to cloud services.

With the new version of the iPhone just a week away is it too much to hope that Apple's raggy old desktop sync will have gone the way of the dodo and some form of MobileMe/Cloud sync will have taken its place?


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