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Discussion in 'iMac' started by crumb963, Feb 26, 2011.
I heard the Isight was discontinued and I was just curious.
Why wouldn't they? The iSight that was discontinued was the external version and hasn't been sold for years.
iSight is NOT the on board camera.
Therefore, I don't ever see a time when an Apple display (freestanding or attached to a computer) will not have a camera.
Isn't the internal camera still called an iSight? But my faith is restored into buying a mac
Isight has been rebranded as FaceTime and upgraded to 720P HD hardware in new macs from the 24th forward. So, to answer your question... We can anticipate a new FaceTime camera built into the new iMacs.
And it still has the same functions as the iSight? And not just for the FaceTime app?
Like Skype, iChat, Yahoo Msgr, Fring, Quicktime, Podcast Capture, etc.... It should at HD 720p.
yeah, it will work just the same, it's just a rebranding from iSight to facetime.
Check out this YouTube video if your curious of the quality. It's recorded from his new i7Q MacBook Pro.
OMFREAKINGG, that looks AWESOME, too bad I'm stuggling with funds at the moment but I hope to get one NEXT year. Gives the imac room for improvement (if any, I was sold at the Why Pc to Mac page on Apple's site a while back).
Yes, they'll just be called a "FaceTime HD" camera and have 720p (min) capabilities.
You beat me to it.