iOS 5 Remove Nike+ Sync Via iTunes

Apple removes ability to sync Nike+ workout data via iTunes in iOS 5 and users of Nike+ gets their own ability to send workout data directly using the Send Workouts to Nike+ feature in the iOS device’s Nike + iPod settings on the iPhone……………

 

iLounge reports, Apple has removed the ability to sync Nike+ workout data via iTunes in iOS 5 beta 6 that was seeded to developers few hours back and also reports that users are informed that they no longer need iTunes to sync their Nike+ workout data and can now send it directly using the Send Workouts to Nike+ feature in the iOS device’s Nike + iPod settings on the iPhone. This made Apple to emoved the Nike + iPod synchronization tab for iOS 5 devices in iTunes 10.5. iLounge points out that the ability to sync Nike+ workout data wirelessly to nikeplus.com was first introduced in iOS 4.1, but users still had the ability to sync the data the older way, which was via iTunes. Apple has removed this older option in iOS 5 beta 6. iLounge reports:

With the release of iOS 5, Apple appears ready to end iTunes’ use as a middleman between iOS devices and nikeplus.com. According to an anonymous source, iOS 5 beta 6 devices with Nike+ data now prompt an iTunes dialog box stating that workout data can now be sent using the “Send Workouts to Nike+” feature in the iOS device’s Nike + iPod settings, and iTunes 10.5 no longer displays a Nike + iPod synchronization tab for iOS 5 devices.


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