One of the iPhone carriers in the U.A.E. has, through its Twitter account, confirmed that FaceTime is disabled on iPhone 4 smartphones that are set to go on sale in the country on Saturday A number of tweets posted on the official Twitter account of du, one of the two official iPhone suppliers in the U.A.E. states: "Unfortunately not! FaceTime feature won't be available in all iPhone 4 models in the UAE." here's tweet message from one of operators that tells to it's clients that facetime in UAE is disabled this ad made by apple before and after For me the facetime was activated when I purchased iPhone4, I updated my iOS to 4.1 I was shocked that facetime buttom in contact details are disappeared. here's my iPhone after I update new iOS Also Facetime Option in phone settings, All people I know noticed that well!!, I checked online and I discovered that Apple itself banned this feature, This image below located at /System/Library/RegionFeatures.txt or /System/Library/Lockdown/RegionFeatures.txt the code that matters to us: “NOVOIP(0×80)” as in no Voice over IP and in this case, most likely, FaceTime. It is located in front of 2 model number codes: “AE” (most likely Arab Emirates?) and “AB” (most like Arab?). With the iPhone 3GS the UAE/Saudi Arabia model iPhones had AB not AE. This only proves that the FaceTime limitation is tied to the model number of the iPhone and not the Carrier Settings now the question that I want & other Middle east iPhone owners want to know, Is there solution for this issue or not?