Rumer: IOS 11 Is Expected To Allow Multi-Party Call On FaceTime
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Rumer: IOS 11 Is Expected To Allow Multi-Party Call On FaceTime

The iOS operating system is getting better with the years. As in any year, the system is expected to receive a number of significant upgrades this year, with the largest update in June and additional updates during the year.

 

2017 is going to be a very interesting year between Google and Apple. The two manufacturers and developers of the most advanced mobile operating systems in the world are about to stage a war in the hearts and minds of users.

 

New information has reached the site’s system, which has been validated against a number of people close to the iOS development process (which is partially developed in Israel), shedding some light on the upcoming upgrades to the system in the coming year.

 

Therefore, the next update, iOS 11, will include a number of new features, one of which is the option to make a multi-user video call on the FaceTime service . According to the information received on the site, the next update for the iOS 11 operating system will be a more ‘social’ update that will mainly focus on chat conversations in iMessage and FaceTime.

 

So how will it work? You can start a video call on FaceTime via a call group in iMessage, with the FaceTime icon in the group options, and support a video call with up to 5 people at the same time . It is not clear at this stage what Apple will decide and whether to finally release the above feature with iOS 11 or a future update.

 

Are you happy to know that Apple is working on new social features? Share with us what you’d like to have in the next iOS update

 

Source: The verifer