Apple's iOS 12 gets Group Facetime
MANILA, Philippines – Apple is taking Facetime up a notch, with a new multi-user calling feature called Group Facetime.
Group Facetime – introduced during Apple's 2018 Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC) on Monday, June 4 (June 5, Manila time) – will allow up to 32 people to go on a Facetime call at the same time.
The individual users in the Facetime call will their own window on the Facetime interface, and speaking will increase the prominence of their window on the app, though users can also double-tap a window to increase the size of a given window.
Group Facetime is one of the many features incoming for iOS 12, alongside increased performance of iOS on older, iOS 11-supported devices. – Rappler.com.
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