Do any of you remember the iPhone 4 Keynote back in 2010, where Steve Jobs came out and said that they were "going to the standards bodies tomorrow to make FaceTime an open industry standard"? Fast forward to 2012, and so far, it doesn't seem like any of this is true at all. I would love to have it be an open industry standard so I would be able to FaceTime anyone, regardless if they were using an Apple device or not. Right now, there doesn't seem to be a way to find out if the other person has an iPhone or not to be able to know when to FaceTime them. Right now all of my FaceTime calls are "planned", where I would call the person, and then ask if I could FaceTime them, to show them something...actually pretty useful, and I don't mind doing this at all...as long as I know the other person has an iPhone, which unfortunately not all the time am I able to know that. Another way I check is I open up the Messages app on my iPhone, and see if it will say iMessage there, and if it does, I know I am able to FaceTime them. If Apple would open up the standard however, it would be nice to FaceTime a TV, or a Cisco deskphone, etc.