What is FaceTime on iPhone?

FaceTime is an audio and video call technology developed by Apple. It is an integral part of Apple technology, including iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, MacBook laptops, etc. In fact, it is a messenger.

FaceTime allows you to make calls (audio and video) between devices that support this technology, that is, between Apple devices. In addition, the FaceTime camera can be used in some other applications..

In order to make calls, you must have a FaceTime account, which can be an Apple ID. The application has access to the address book, and also displays the contacts available for calls. The same technology is used in many other popular instant messengers..

Of course, calls using the FaceTime app are free. The only thing the subscriber pays for is a mobile Internet connection. If it uses a Wi-Fi connection, then you don’t have to pay at all.

To use the application you just need to run it, and also turn on the Internet connection, without which communication is impossible.

A key feature of FaceTime, in our opinion, is the ability to use both cameras – both the main and the front. There is a special icon on the screen for switching between cameras.