FaceTime is quite the hit on iOS devices, because it allows you to perform free video calls to iOS devices and to Max OS X. However, only problem with FaceTime is that you cannot use it with your PC, but luckily, there’s an alternative for FaceTime called Nimbuzz.
It really isn’t a catch. The folks at iPhoneIsLam have been working on an application that will turn your iPad 3G into a fully iPhone-capable iPad. The way the iPad 3G was meant to be in the first place.
This means the result is that iPad 3G users will be able to make and answer calls, send texts / SMS and FaceTime – no hardware alteration whatsoever is needed.
Today Apple have released the first beta version of iOS 4.3 for the iOS Developers program. iOS 4.3 update will be available for the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch 4th generation, iPod Touch 3rd generation and iPad.
Facetime will soon finally meet its match. Well, it looks like Skype may finally have caught up with everyone else. A recently published Skype info support page has started providing instructions on how to make video calls from your iOS device, even though regular Skype users amongst you will already know that that is not currently a supported feature on the Skype app.
Apple continues their holiday marketing campaign to push sales for FaceTime, their way of boosting sales? By setting up window displays with a Santa talking to his elves, Mrs. Claus, and a number of boys and girls over FaceTime. Check it out in the video below…
There are Chinese rumours floating about that the next iPad will be lighter, thinner, to sport two cameras and a three-axis gyroscope for improved gaming performance.
The rumour says the 9.7-inch screen size will stay as it is, and that it will be the same stunning Retina quality display as the current iPhone 4. In addition, a probable front facing camera would be in fitting with requests of so many current iPad users for Facetime.