By Anton D. Nagy | November 11, 2011 3:52 AM
With the occasion of launching the Sensation XL in Taiwan, HTC has announced that the company already has two devices which have a special version of HTC Sync available, enabling users to sync with Apple’s iTunes.
The HTC Sensation XL joins the HTC Rhyme with added support for music synchronization with rival Apple’s iTunes software. The new version of HTC Sync, once downloaded and installed to a PC, can detect the presence of iTunes and achieve content synchronization. “We hope consumers will be able to store their music on HTC phones from any platform,” said Jack Tong, President of HTC North Asia. It is for the first time that HTC is allowing sync with content from its rival, Apple.