In my last article on iPhone tips & tricks I had provided a crude workaround to sync notes from your iPhone. You will soon have a better way to do this. Reason: Apple has announced today that the much awaited Mac OS X Leopard will be arriving on October 26th and the good news if you are an iPhone owner is that amongst the 300+ new features in Leopard it is also confirmed that notes syncing will be finally coming to the iPhone.
Here is the details of the Notes feature which confirms this news "Write handy notes you can access from anywhere — including graphics, colored text, and attachments. Group notes into folders or create Smart Mailboxes that automatically group them. Your notes folder acts like an email mailbox, so you can retrieve notes from any Mac or PC or access them from your iPhone."
However, based on this feature description it appears that you will need a .Mac account ".Mac Sync for Notes – Access notes from anywhere, including your other computers, by syncing them with your .Mac account."
PS: I have decided to write shorter articles like this one in addition to the regular articles going forward for the benefit of regular readers @ iPhone Hacks so that you don’t miss out on any iPhone-related news.