The new FaceTime portrait video feature in iOS 15 isn't actually exclusive to FaceTime—it can also be used to create a blur in video calls conducted via other apps, like Zoom and Snapchat.
Apple is now testing upcoming AirPods Pro firmware that will bring software support for some of iOS 15's audio features like ambient noise reduction and spatial audio for FaceTime calls.
With iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and macOS 12 Monterey, Apple's FaceTime has finally become a cross-platform service. You can now start a FaceTime call with your friends who don't have an iPhone, iPad, or Mac. The non-Apple users will be able to join the call from their Android or Windows device.
FaceTime on Apple devices has received some major upgrades with the new iOS 15, iPadOS 15, tvOS 15 and macOS 12 Monterey updates. Apple added a new SharePlay feature, which allows users to share their screen in a FaceTime call. This was a much needed update that a lot of users have been waiting for.
In this article, we will show you how you can share your screen in FaceTime on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
Apple's latest iOS 15 comes with the ability to add a Portrait Mode in video calls made via FaceTime and other video calling apps. This feature allows the user to add a bokeh effect to the video call, which can help hide the background. It's one of the really useful and exciting features offered in iOS 15.
Apple is really leaning into the ecosystem with this year's Worldwide Developers Conference. So many of the company's new features it unveiled for iOS 15, or macOS 12 Monterey, or iPadOS 15, are all the same features present on the other platforms. These new elements coming to Apple's desktop operating system are no different.
One of the best WWDC21 announcements for non-Apple fans is the ability for Windows and Android users to join FaceTime calls initiated by Apple users on macOS 12 or iOS/iPadOS 15.
Although Apple's official release notes for the iOS 14.2 software make no mention of any significant FaceTime improvements, Brazilian blog MacMagazine has managed to discover that the update enables support for FaceTime video calling in crisp 1080p resolution (1,920-by-1,080 pixels) over Wi-Fi on all iPhone models from the iPhone 8 onward.