Despite an earlier rumor that Apple may be adding native call recording to iOS, it appears the feature is for internal debugging purposes.
With the current global situation, video conferencing has seen a spike in popularity. But FaceTime is still only available on Apple devices. Perhaps it's time to change that.
Users with the new iOS 13.5 beta have noticed that you can now disable the behavior in FaceTime that auto zooms the person currently talking.
The Touch Bar on the MacBook Pro is meant to give you easy access to your most-used tools and that includes FaceTime.
Apple has reportedly settled a class-action lawsuit that claimed the company knowingly and willingly "broke" FaceTime on older iPhones.
A court in Florida has reportedly dismissed a lawsuit claiming that Apple intentionally broke its video calling platform for older iPhones.
The show will be using online tools like FaceTime, Zoom, and WebEx to create a new episode focused on the pandemic's effect on its characters.
Zoom may be a popular video conferencing app, but if you've paid attention to the news lately, you'll know that has a ton of security issues — so how about something different?
FaceTime lets anyone with an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac quickly and easily make video or audio calls to anyone else with an Apple device.
Just like you can block certain people from calling you regularly, you can stop them dead in their tracks with FaceTime too.
FaceTime Group Call bug allows remote microphone, potentially remote video access on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Apple is planning a fix ASAP.
Now that Apple is paying attention to FaceTime again, with group calls and AR camera in iOS 12, could Android and Windows support be a possibility?
FaceTime is automatically activated as part of the overall setup process you go through the first time you turn on a new iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, or Mac.
Group FaceTime unfortunately won't be available upon iOS 12 and macOS Mojave's release, but don't worry — it's expected later this year.
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