I remember that someone mailed Jobs about wifi sync for iPhone and his answer was something in the lines of "yeah...one day it will". Why is the real reason it hasn't been done yet? Is it because they have MobileMe which is partly a calendar/mail sync function or is it due to security reasons, or both? I vaguely remember Jobs saying something about the potential security issues with a wifi sync but is there really one? Couldn't he just use a VPN solution between iPhone and iTunes? And then of course it's the size issue to sync apps, music, calendar, mail whatever, but with N-speeds on wifi it should be alright, what he could do is limit the wifi sync to only calendar and apps or something so if you'd wanna sync music you'd have to connect the iPhone to your mac/pc with usb... Wifi sync is also a good thing for laptop users. I've been thinking about getting one of those iPhone docks but with a laptop it's totally useless unless you use it only for charging. Having a desktop mac and a dock makes perfect sense as the dock is always connected to the mac which gives both charging and syncing but with a laptop it's unlikely that the dock would be connected 24/7. I'd like to have a dock that I can put my iPhone in and both the charging and [wifi] syncing. Basically, I want Wifi sync for my iPhone...err...yesterday!