FaceTime Coming to Mac OS X, iPhone 4 Video Calling Now More Useful?Written by Rob Nichols on October 20, 2010 · Filed under Software, Tech
FaceTime has proven popular already since its implementation on iOS, and whilst video chat is nothing new in the slightest, it may be one of the best examples around at the moment.
However, for the Mac OS X desktop we have been almost forced to use Skype if we are after a decent experience, but Mac users are used to things more stylish in interface and simple in usability. Enter FaceTime.
It was more of an inevitability than many, including myself, gave it credit for, but FaceTime on Mac OS X is quite a welcome addition when you consider it is only a slight proportion of what was unveiled today at the Apple event.
There really isn’t much more to say on the subject to be honest, this is just a simple informative news post, FaceTime is FaceTime, isn’t it?
It’s extremely simple, elegant and the quality is pretty great compared to what we’ve seen in previous generations of video calling. Cross compatibility with iOS is included without a doubt and we’re all looking forward to it I’m sure (Mac OS X users that is). Will this make you want to use the iPhone 4′s video calling more often?