I’ve already touched on today, over on the PhoneNews.com Forums (in this post), that I suspect the February iPhone upgrade (I’m not calling it an update anymore) will offer Wireless Sync support. And, not the cheap Ad-hock Wireless Sync that Zune 2.0 added, but full wireless sync capacity… at least, the ability to sync using Bonjour when iPhone/iPod touch are on the same access point/network as the designated iTunes client.
But, this did get me thinking… Bonjour could be a huge asset for iPhone in terms of social connectivity. Right now, Zune-to-Zune transfers are also ad-hoc… only one device can talk to another at a time. But, using Bonjour, there’s nothing stopping MobileMusicPlayer (iPod for iPhone) from broadcasting a shared library, just like iTunes does on a Mac or PC. There’s nothing stopping MobileChat (I’ll leave that one for you to figure out) from offering iPhone chatting and collaboration options. And, there’s nothing stopping MobileKeynote from remotely accessing all your presentations, and making changes in real time (even while on a projector).
I’m betting Bonjour will be a fully-integrated offering in iPhone sooner, rather than later. I will be surprised if it is not a cornerstone of all the new features in the February upgrade.