Using Apple Face Time on my wife’s iPhone wasn’t over the top. I’ve been using this video chat thing with Skype years ago and Face Time is nothing to boast about. Let’s start with the introduction of Face Time, which is a method to make video calls to other people using a MAC computer, iPhone, iPad, or even an iPod touch.
Basically when using Face Time, a consumer can talk to and see the other person. In a nutshell Face Time is very similar to the Skype platform, with the difference being that it is only designed for the World of Apple devices instead of all the platforms in view of Windows or Android devices.
Easy as 1-2-3 when calling another person is as simple as clicking on the phone number of the person, if using the iPhone, or their email address if using a MAC computer, iPad or iPod touch. The actual call will ring through to all Apple’s devices the recipient has, and even if Face Time is not running on the devices.
If you want to take advantage of the full scale, and you have it in your retention. My humble opinion is to use the all mighty MacBook Pro. This baby will provide the bonus of having 720p resolution for video call, as long as the Face Time HD camera is built-in on the MacBook Pro being utilized.
Hopefully, this will get you excited and start using Face Time. Take a look at this helpful tutorial by clicking on this URL Link: http://www.apple.com/ios/facetime/?cid=wwa-us-kwg-features-com&siclientid=6381&sessguid=395dd40b-d172-4185-b8d6-00b05b4b1fd0&userguid=395dd40b-d172-4185-b8d6-00b05b4b1fd0&permguid=395dd40b-d172-4185-b8d6-00b05b4b1fd0