Using FaceTime


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Using FaceTime

Built into all iOS devices with front facing cameras is a feature called FaceTime, which is a video chatting feature that lets you and the person you're calling both see and hear each other. It's a great way to have a face-to-face conversation, to show someone where you're calling them from, or just to see a friend's expression when you share some cool news with them. Now in order to use FaceTime, both callers have to be on an iOS device with a front facing camera, and both callers need to be connected to either a Wi-Fi network, or in the case of the iPhone, FaceTime also works over cellular connections, as long as your provider has allowed it.

Currently in the US, Verizon and Sprint both allow FaceTime over cellular at no extra charge, while AT&T only allows it if your device is part of a shared plan. The video will generally look much better over a Wi-Fi connection though. But other than making sure you have a device with a front facing camera and an Interne...

Using FaceTime
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Using FaceTime provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iPhone and iPod touch iOS 6 Essential Training

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Business
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iOS iPhone
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