Downloading Songs from iTunes via WiFi

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ilLegalBeagle

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I don't believe so.
Then again... That would be awesome commercial leverage...

Open Safari on your iPhone, go to the iTunes store. Then, use the Web 2.0 crap interface (did I say that out loud?) to have a partial sync process to bring immediate downloaded stuff to the phone on the fly. It would increase sales!

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DD0

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No you can't download songs over the air. They've said that already, they could certainly change that with a software update though.

One of the reasons I'm sure a lot of us are excited about the phone is to have Apple software updates rather than AT&T's slow ass updates.
 

Lips2000

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I, for one, think this is THE big surprise. Based on...

1. Watch the tutorial video again. Notice he goes to the iTunes website and it looks *very* different.
2. The phone being tied to iTunes makes it easy to add songs from the phone to the iTunes library
3. You can transfer purchases from an iPod to a library today
4. So many ppl have commented that other carriers (Verizon, Sprint) already have downloadable content so the iPhone is a big step backwards
5. It would increase iTune's sales (Jobs may be benovolent, but he he likes money too)

Just my opinion but I do think it going to happen *very* soon.

Mark
 

spacerog

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pretty sure thats a no, because im sure Apple would have announced it by now... buy hey we got a few days left. Apple could always release a update for it as well
Something like that would be a hidden feature. If they announced it the record companies would have a conniption. iTunes can already stream over a local network it wouldn't take much to get it to stream to iPhone especially if it is on the same network.

I can dfinately see local syncing over WiFi so that you can 'refill' your iPhone just like an iPod Shuffle.

- SR