Apple has come ahead and apologised for the FaceTime fiasco that happened a few days back that was causing breach of privacy for a number of users using this App. The bug was originally detected by a 14 yr old and soon became viral on the internet prompting the company to check on it immediately. Apple has promised that the bug fix will be available by next week and the users will have to bear with the issue till then. Read More
A new bug is haunting iPhone users across the world and people are really scared about their privacy. A lawsuit has also been filed by a lawyer in the US which let an unknown party hear his private conversation with a client because of the dreaded FaceTime bug. The issue here is that anyone can listen to the other person on FaceTime even if they haven’t picked up the call, raising a serious alarm for Apple. Read More
There are many iPhone users who are facing the problem of getting the same call on different iPhone devices with unique phone numbers. This problem has arisen after users have updated their devices to iOS 8.2 which is the latest version of iOS. Read More
So you have a new iPad with a much more improved camera system and also a front facing camera which proves to be excellent for video calls. Apple has an in-built feature called “FaceTime” which will allow you to make and receive video calls from another iOS device or a Mac. If you have an iPad, here is how you can make a FaceTime call to someone else owning an iPad, iPhone, iPod touch or a Mac. Read More
“Intell” has a hack that allows users of the first generation of the iPad to use FaceTime without any issues. Using this hack, you can install FaceTime for iPod touch 4 on an iPad, and use the application in full-screen.
Apple recent release, iOS 4.3 for developers is leaking out a lot of information about future iPads. According to a new rumor, the iPad 2 would include two cameras, a rear facing one and a front facing camera. The cameras would support Apps such as FaceTime, a regular Camera App, and PhotoBooth.
Skype has released an update to its iOS application that brings the highly demanded video calling feature. The new Skype App allows users to make video calls using an iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, or fourth-generation iPod touch. iPad users of course won’t be able to make video calls, but they can surely receive video calls.
Video calls using the new Skype App can be made over WiFi and 3G. “We think it’s really important because it will make it easier for people to share moments,” said Rick Osterloh, vice president of products for Skype.