Yeah I just read it over, Apple hasn't released the API so programmers can add this feature.
Which leaves you back to Itunes.
Clearly the sync is not happening. So what'd I'd do, is with the iphone plugged in. Click the Reset Sync history
Then close Itunes, disconnect the iphone. Reconnect it and set up the sync again, hopefully it will sync properly at that point.
You may have to repeat these steps with the Ipad.
You'll see things Sync at the top when its working. YOu can also right click the iphone under devices to force the sync.
- Open iTunes.
- From the Edit menu, choose Preferences.
- Click the Devices tab.
- Click the Reset Sync History button.
Now, on the Ipad (NOT the iphone)
- Reset the Sync History again using the steps above.
- Select the device in iTunes and click the Info tab.
- Scroll down to the Advanced section, and under "Replace information on this iPhone/iPad/iPod touch" select Contacts or Calendars.
- Click Apply.
Close Itunes, open Itunes, let it try to sync again. The goal here is to get a fresh updated sync from the iphone, and then replace the data on the ipad.