FaceTime audio conference calls coming in iOS 8

FaceTime audio conference calls coming in iOS 8
When Apple introduced iOS 8 last week during WWDC, it didn't reveal every new feature coming to the latest build of Apple's mobile OS. One such feature is FaceTime audio conference calls. Note the word "audio". While video conferencing would be pretty cool, that is something to dream about for the future. The audio conferencing will allow you to speak to multiple iOS and OS X users at the same time.

After a conventional FaceTime audio call is made between two parties, additional users can be added to a call in progress. If you are a registered iOS developer, you can install the Beta version of iOS 8 on your Apple iPhone now. And even if you're not a developer, there is a way to load the iOS 8 Beta on your iPhone now, by taking advantage of a glitch in Apple's Beta delivery system.

As we get closer to the release of iOS 8, which should take place around the same time that the Apple iPhone 6 is released, more previously unannounced features of iOS 8 will probably be discovered.

source: 9to5Mac via GSMArena

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