Thursday, February 21, 2013

Use FaceTime to make voice calls is easy with this trick

 Usar FaceTime para realizar llamadas de voz es fácil con este truco

Many of you have ever found (if your iPhone is not CDMA) that if you press the Home button during a call, you can navigate the iPhone menu, write messages or view any data in the network. Communication is kept in the background and just a touch on the top bar to return to the call.

With FaceTime, users can make video calls between iOS devices and Mac The Mac has a status LED that comes with the front camera and indicating when it is used, however, users of iOS device useful not enjoyed this notification . However, the operation is the same as in Mac

Based on this, a video conference via FaceTime can become voice call by pressing the Home button. That will cause the system to leave FaceTime but keep the communication in the background, disabling the use of the camera because the user is not aware of what it is recording.

 Usar FaceTime para realizar llamadas de voz es fácil con este truco

This is another good way to keep free VoIP calls between iOS devices without using third party applications.

If we return to the concept of video call, simply press the top bar with green hue to the FaceTime application again take center stage and the front camera is turned back on, allowing the other party to see us again.

Maybe this trick and had known him, maybe not. Never hurts to remember the intricacies of iOS that although very intuitive, always hides secrets that may go unnoticed.

More - AT & T finally enabled FaceTime on your data network
Source - iMore

Article Use FaceTime to make voice calls is easy with this trick has been originally published in News iPhone .



1 comment:

  1. very useful info, thanx! but there is another nice tool i always use http://www.imcapture.com/IMCapture-for-FaceTime/, it records FaceTime calls really great!)

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