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iOS 11 to Bring Group FaceTime Video Calling?
Apple is planning to update FaceTime with support for group calling in iOS 11, according to a report from The Verifier. The software update which will likely be introduced at WWDC is said to bring more social features.
The next update, iOS 11, will include several new features, one of which is the multi-user to make a call FaceTime video service. According to information reaching the site, the next update for the iOS operating system 11, will be more Update 'social' that will put an emphasis primarily on chats on iMessage and FaceTime.
Sources tell the site that it will be possible to start a video call from a group conversation in iMessage. The FaceTime group video calling feature will allegedly let you add up to five people to your call.
The site says it can't confirm that the feature will make the cut for iOS 11.0; however, it has verified that the feature exists and is currently under development.
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