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Apple had wireless syncing in the newton.
Ha... really? I never knew that.
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So the application is detrimental to the iOS platform when Mr. Hughes publishes it, but when apple integrates it into the OS, it is a benefit?
No.

1) Apple reserves the right to reject your app if it resembles core functionality and I've no doubt Apple has been planning on implementing WiFi syncing if not already working on it.

2) Apple specifically states your app can't use private APIs. One reason I know of is that an OS update can totally screw the app if any of those private APIs are changed.
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Yes the wireless syncing in the 1993 Apple newton was over infrared.

Wifi did not exist so....
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