If Apple's recently-filed patent has its way, then we may be going completely wireless in the near future. An inductive charging dock is depicted in the filing, which only requires a device to be placed inside of it for it to begin charging. In turn, eliminating the need for grabbing a cable while makes charging possible even when returning home after a drunken texting spree. (Disclaimer: iPhone Alley does not condone drinking and texting, however we do condone better-than-modern-sitcom humor...)
Thanks to the folks over at ZOMM, the painful ordeals of leaving your iPhone behind somewhere are imminent. Catering to users who are overly forgetful, the Wireless Leash Plus ($89.99) boasts a method that is mutually clever and helpful and ever so satisfying.
Infinite Labs has released Mover 3, a major update to its popular file sharing app for the iPhone and iPod touch. For those who don't know, Mover allows users to share contacts and photos with multiple devices simply by flicking the desired info from one device to the other. Version 3 has been rewritten from the ground up and promises greater performance and reliability. Additionally, Mover now supports video sharing from an iPhone 3GS.
Mover is available in two flavors: Mover+ [App Store, $1.99] which is a free update for current owners of Mover+ and allows you to send and receive contacts, photos, and video. Mover Lite [App Store, Free] can send contacts and photos as well as receive all content from Mover+.
A video of Mover in action follows below!