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Using an Apple ID for iMessage and FaceTime

Using an Apple ID for iMessage and FaceTime: macOS Sierra Essential Training
Using an Apple ID for iMessage and FaceTime: macOS Sierra Essential Training

Before you can use the Messages application or the Facetime application, you need to identify which online account you will use. A chat account is your identification and contact information that other people will use when they send text-based messages to you in the Messages application or initiate video calls in Facetime. The iMessage account, which is part of an AppleID is required for Facetime and is probably the most common account used in the Messages application. This movie will clarify what iMessage is and how it works with these two applications.

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