iPhone 4 Will Make Video Calls
Apple today announced a video calling feature for the iPhone 4. FaceTime will use the front facing camera on the new iPhone to make 2-way video calls. Apple's FaceTime app will only work over Wi-Fi, between iPhone 4 devices, though Steve Jobs says Apple is working with carriers to provide cellular network support after 2010. Though Apple's FaceTime is proprietary, Apple is opening access to the standard so that developers can integrate the feature.
Jun 4, 2018
Apple today said its FaceTime video chat app will support multi-person chats. It can handle between two and 32 people at a single time.
Oct 29, 2018
Apple today said it will release iOS 12.1 to the iPhone and iPad on Tuesday, October 30. The updated platform contains a number of new features.
May 22, 2018
Google today provided more information about business features baked into Android P. To start, Android P makes it easier for businesses to set up, manage, and keep separate work and personal profiles.
Feb 20, 2017
LG today said its forthcoming G6 flagship smartphone will include two rear-mounted cameras and a single front-facing camera in much the same vein as last year's V20. The rear cameras will each capture 13 megapixels, says LG, with one taking standard field-of-view shots and the other taking 125-degree, wide-angle shots.
Jan 28, 2019
A massive bug in Apple's new Group FaceTime feature allowed callers to listen in on people before they answered an incoming FaceTime call, and in some cases even see live video. Apple has already moved to prevent the issue from affecting users by turning off the Group FaceTime feature altogether, for all users, apparently with a change to its cloud systems.
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It will be interesting to see what they keep coming up with next with that phone.
When Jobs and his crew come up with an app where you can pull over to any gas station toilet and the p...
Most importantly: Compatible with Evo?
I assume no, from the start... but it would suck to only be able to voice chat evo to evo or iphone to iphone.
And upload speeds have to be exceptable. And really Tmo's HSPA+ is the only one with anywhere close to good upload speeds.
Gee... way to kill innovation. Its really the only thing I truly despise about the new plans.
Sorry... can't voice chat because I've already used 150mb.