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Is there a way to sync iCal and Address Book with iphone without physically connecting and sync through iTunes? I mean, I thought by updating my iphone Address Book or iCal, it would update the same on my Macbook Pro.

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Is there a way to sync iCal and Address Book with iphone without physically connecting and sync through iTunes? I mean, I thought by updating my iphone Address Book or iCal, it would update the same on my Macbook Pro.
Only if you have a MobileMe account. I find it pretty annoying myself that Apple has hobbled it in that way. World's most advanced smartphone, and no bluetooth syncing.


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I have a Google account that I keep my calender and contacts in and sync it that way to my iPhone and to my iCal.

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http://www.google.com/support/mobile...40&topic=14252

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http://www.google.com/support/calend...wer=99358#ical

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