Apple extends FaceTime video calls to Mac

Thursday 21 October 2010 | 09:48 CET | News
Apple announced the public beta of FaceTime for Mac, a new application that allows Mac users to video call iPhone 4 and iPod touch users as well as other Macs. FaceTime for Mac automatically uses the Address Book on the computer to find contacts and works with the built-in camera and mic on Mac notebooks, iMac and Apple LED Cinema Displays. The service requires a computer with at least Mac OS X Snow Leopard and an Apple ID. The public beta is available as a free download. Apple also unveiled a new MacBook Air, a laptop based around cloud services and solid state flash storage, similar to the

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Companies: Apple / FaceTime
Countries: World
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