FaceTime is one of the best apps in iOS. It’s a great way to communicate with people in the iOS ecosystem. I love Facetime. It’s restricted to iOS only. It’s being rumored that Facetime will support group calling the next iOS update which is iOS 11. iOS 11 will be out this year in June on the WWDC’17. If you want to install the iOS upcoming beta version then add your iPhone to Apple Developer Program > and stay updated always with the unreleased iOS versions. Currently, Apple has released the iOS 10.3.2 beta 2. Go ahead and update if you have already registered your iPhone udid to Apple Developer from us. If you have not yet, then register now here >
According to a report initially published by The Verifier, and citing “several people familiar with [the] iOS development process (partly developed in Israel)” as sources, Apple may add group video calling function to the FaceTime in iOS 11 later this year. It said that Apple will update FaceTime to support up to 5 people on a single video call.
FaceTime was first launched in 2010, and, since then it’s getting small minor updates. Apple’s major competitors in this front, however, including Google and Microsoft, have been offering group video calling for quite some time in Skype, Hangout app.
It’s a rumor now. Hope Apple brings out the group video calling to facetime later in iOS 11. It’s going to be fun. What’s your thought, Let me know here or tweet me in twitter @iAppleStuffs