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FaceTime 101 : Basics And Setting It Up To Your iDevice

Submitted by on February 26, 2013 – 8:10 pmNo Comment

FaceTime  is a feature which is good for making conversation and with the help of this feature you can also make video calls with your closer ones. This feature is also good for the people who want to make business calls. Use of this feature is really very good and easy. Just tell Siri that you want to make video call your friend named John or you can also tell Siri,” FaceTime with John.” If you are on call with John, then just tap the FaceTime button and your video call will start. This feature of Apple is really very good for making video calls.

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Like this feature, Apple also launched another feature Siri which is voice command based feature. Siri is basically an application which works on voice command. It is an application that understands your voice and demand. Check out the below link to know more about this feature.

Siri 101 : Basics And Setting It Up To Your iDevice

How to enable and disable FaceTime on iPhone:

1.) Go to Settings App from homescreen of your iPhone.

2.) Then from the list which will come on the screen of your iPhone, select FaceTime.

3.) After tapping the FaceTime feature, turn on the feature if you want to do video calls with FaceTime Feature.

4.) Like this if you want to turn off the FaceTime feature, just tap the button to off mode.

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These steps are same for your iPad too. By this you can make video call with an ease. This is simple, fast and smooth video calling feature. If you found this article good and helpful, then share this article with your friends on social networking like Google Plus, Facebook and Twitter. For more details, stay in touch with us.

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