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This is a technical review about if Facetime works between Apple and Windows PC!
Mac lovers may be shocked at the idea or concept of a Facetime for Windows version. With its history as an iPhone app and Mac platform, Facetime has been a long term standing as part of the new age of communication platforms available to end users today.
Introduced at the Worldwide Developers Conference in 2010 by Apple CEO Steve Jobs, Facetime serves as a video calling (also known as video telephone) software application for Mac and iPhone users.
With most Mac and iPhone users utilizing an Apple operating system, the usage of Facetime on Windows 7 might sound like an oddity in concept but it is available for Mac and Apple PC users.
In order for Facetime software to work properly, it needs to be installed on any type of device with a built-in camera, including iPhones and Mac Books.
The video capabilities for Facetime are highly dependent on the device’s Internet connection, whether on a wireless network or otherwise.
Mac users who incorporate on the Windows 7 operating system will find the enhanced Facetime software a joy to use and breeze to work with on a regular basis.
Stop by the local Apple Store and test out the system before upgrading to a new iPad or iPhone. Facetime for Windows awaits your participation.