It's about time! Apple iOS 12 was officially unveiled by the Cupertino company today (June 4) and brings us relevant news for FaceTime.
But it wasn't just FaceTime that got important news. The new Apple iOS 12 gives us more performance, more features and of course new Animoji.
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But the FaceTime update is more relevant to me. I am a lover of the cracked apple company application, however the limitations were obvious.
FaceTime could only talk to one person, and while the video and audio quality was fantastic, these limitations were crucial for turning users to other applications.
FaceTime will be able to have 32-person group calls on Apple iOS 12
With the new Apple iOS 12, which will reach all iOS 11 devices, FaceTime will be able to make group calls. And what a group this is.
The American company's video calling application will be able to handle up to 32 people at once. The User Interface is elegant and simple. We have small snips of each person's image and whenever a new person speaks the icon of their image increases.
It should also be noted that Animoji and MEMoji may be used in the application. This feature is a cold water bath for all applications like Facebook Messenger that all try hard to gain popularity.
Unfortunately this is not how FaceTime or iMessage comes to Android yet. These features will only be available to iOS 12 and MAC users.
Apple iOS 12 will reach all users later this year. However, we will have beta versions that will reach all users who have a developer account in the coming weeks.
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