Windows Phone 7 Connector is now available in public beta mode.
So if you’ve just bought yourself a Windows Phone 7 handset but you do your personal computing on a Mac you needn’t worry as Connector allows the two opposing platforms to sync.
Once you’ve got Connector installed, you’ll be able to sync your Windows Phone 7 device with your Mac’s iTunes and iPhoto applications.
What’s really interesting though – besides the fact that we now have a Microsoft device that’ll sync with an Apple device – is that Microsoft turned the client around so fast that it beat every single American Windows Phone 7 device to the market, according to Engadget.
Got a Windows Phone 7 device and an Apple Mac PC? Let us know how you get on with Connector in the comments below.