iSync 1.1 Adds Phones to Supported List

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Date: Sunday, June 19th, 2005, 14:47
Category: Mobile Phone

P800 support has finally arrived with today’s release of iSync 1.1, along with Bluetooth-based support for the Sony Ericsson T610, T608 for Sprint PCS, Nokia?s Series 60 smart phone platform and Siemens S55 and S56 phones. A dozen USB-based Motorola phones are also supported now. View the updated supported device list from Apple. Safari bookmarks can now be synced from Mac to Mac (if only that worked on phones, too), and on supported phones your photo from Address Book will be synced to your phone. With the ability to view your info on your phone, your Palm PDA, your iPod, and even a Windows/Mac web browser, Apple’s reluctance to blow cash on an Apple-branded PDA starts to make sense. (Yeah, I know, it’s disappointing anyway.)


P800 support has finally arrived with today’s release of iSync 1.1, along with Bluetooth-based support for the Sony Ericsson T610, T608 for Sprint PCS, Nokia?s Series 60 smart phone platform and Siemens S55 and S56 phones. A dozen USB-based Motorola phones are also supported now. View the updated supported device list from Apple. Safari bookmarks can now be synced from Mac to Mac (if only that worked on phones, too), and on supported phones your photo from Address Book will be synced to your phone. With the ability to view your info on your phone, your Palm PDA, your iPod, and even a Windows/Mac web browser, Apple’s reluctance to blow cash on an Apple-branded PDA starts to make sense. (Yeah, I know, it’s disappointing anyway.)

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