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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Nrwrit3r, Aug 6, 2010.
Do you think this will be able to work or will they somehow limit it to an ip(o,a)d with a camera?
No, it's most likely for iPod Touch 4th generation since they don't use phone numbers.
They brag about making FaceTime 'open,' so yes it will be on computers, iPods, and everything else one day. Who knows how long that will take though, but I would expect companies like Skype and Fring to incorporate it eventually
New ios 4.1 will have option To FaceTime to either another mobile device or to email which should be either computer or iPod new 4th gen coming soon.
Hmm but what would be the client for computers?
Exactly, this is just something that will be POSSIBLE in 4.1, but no clients for PCs or macs are ready yet, so we'll have to wait a bit for it. I'm sure the next gen iPads will have it also.
Facetime through email to computers would make perfect sense! And this is exactly why Apple won't be doing this. Because it makes sense! When was the last time Apple did anything that actually made sense?
Did that make sense? LOL
Vonage calls through Facebook
Facetime through e-mail
WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON HERE
By the way, I'm going to say no to this. Apple seems to be keeping iOS devices and Macs running as separate businesses.
I see Facetime being an inherently mobile application for the time-being. Put it on iPod's and iPad's first, then slowly move on.
FWIW, Fring already supports cross-platform "Facetime" like video calling.
FaceTime is bound to become ubiquitous. It's just up to devs to start incorporating it into their apps. Apple definitely is pushing FT to become a vid chat/call standard. It's just going to take some time.
No kidding. I am confused
I'm certainly hoping for an iChat update to support FaceTime, but we'll probably have to wait until 10.7.