Apple recently unveiled its next most advanced mobile operating system “iOS 6“. iOS 6 is packed with lots of amazing features. Once such feature is FaceTime over cellular networks. iOS 6 beta is currently available for developers.
FaceTime is Apple’s own video calling feature introduced back in 2010 along with iPhone 4. FaceTime calls can be done only over WiFi. When apple introduced FaceTime, it is possible only on iPhone 4. But later with OS update Apple introduced FaceTime for iPad (From iPad 2) and iPod Touch. To complete this circle Apple announced FaceTime for Mac Computers.
Apple silently announced that FaceTime over cellular networks works only on iPhone 4S and iPad (3rd generation). This is bit disappointing for iPhone 4 users.
FaceTime over a cellular network requires iPhone 4S or iPad (3rd generation) with cellular data capability. Carrier data charges may apply. FaceTime is not available in all countries.