The latest version of iOS, 12.1.4 , is bringing in a new exciting feature for FaceTime. Now, FaceTime allows multiple people to talk together at the same time. Find out how to do it below. If you are looking for solutions to your own #iOS issue, you can contact us by using the link provided
FaceTime is Apple’s very own video and calling service that allows you to call and at the same time see anyone you wish to converse with using any Apple devices. With FaceTime, you can make international calls as long as you’re on Wi-Fi or cellular data. Using FaceTime is irrefutably very simple and easy. But
Late September of last year, a number of iPhone 8 and 8 Plus users have reported an issue regarding the earpiece that’s making static or crackling noise during phone calls or when using FaceTime. The problem’s occurrence was in a form of sharp noise sound that pops at the very edge of the iPhone’s earpiece.
“The more, the merrier!” This quote would best describe the notion of having a conference or group call on a phone. Needless to say, it’s more fun to have a group conversation. Seeing the increasing number of smartphone users who would prefer to have more than just a one-on-one phone call conversation, manufacturers ensure that
This post will help you fix FaceTime problems on your MacBook that runs on the macOS Mojave platform. The symptoms addressed in this walkthrough would include but not limited to FaceTime for Mac activation error, no sound, poor connection, no camera, unable to receive calls, and errors logging into FaceTime. Read further to learn what
Apple’s very own video and audio calling service called FaceTime is available for any iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac devices. With an active Wi-Fi or cellular data connection, you can make audio and video calls to anyone using any of the said Apple devices. To make a FaceTime audio or video call on your