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FaceTime over cellular enabled in iOS6, bringing unification to Apple ID and phone numbers

We're still taking in the list of features to be found in iOS 6 but one major feature announced at WWDC 2012 will surely please a lot of folks out there who use FaceTime.

Yes, absent for too long - FaceTime over cellular is coming enabled in iOS 6  - and that's not all.

In addition to FaceTime working over cellular networks, Apple will also be bringing unification of Apple ID and phone numbers.

In iOS 6, when it becomes available this fall, you will be able to answer calls anywhere you wish to do so; be it on your Mac, your iPhone or even your iPad.

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FaceTime over cellular enabled in iOS6, bringing unification to Apple ID and phone numbers


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