If you’ve downloaded the public version of Apple’s iSync software, you may want to
bookmark a page
on Apple’s Web site that links to iSync Uninstall — a utility designed to uninstall the software if need be.
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Released in late September as a public beta, iSync is a long-awaited add on for Mac OS X 10.2.1 that enables you to synchronize the exchange of calendar data and contact information between your Mac and various peripherals like iPods, PDAs and Bluetooth-equipped cellular phones. The software also provides Mac to Mac sync capabilities for .Mac subscribers.
Apple explains that iSync Uninstall removes all the files associated with the use of iSync Beta software, including the main application and system libraries, frameworks, installation receipts and user-associated files. Files related to the use of HotSync software within iSync will also be removed.
Apple notes that iSync Uninstall doesn’t touch the actual calendar or contact info data.
“Note that subsequent releases of iSync may require you to remove iSync Beta before installing a later version,” said Apple.