If you’re tired of person tiles getting bounced around, our tutorial shows you how to disable moving faces in group FaceTime calls and stop your iPhone and iPad from automatically enlarging the tile of the person speaking.
As promised, Microsoft has begun rolling out free group video calling in Skype’s mobile apps for iOS and Android devices, Engadget reported this morning.
According to Microsoft, this feature will allow Skype users to video chat with up to 24 other people at once in crisp 1080p resolution, and each participant can flip between the front and back camera mid-call.
Group video calling in mobile Skype apps is going to be available to users in North America and Western Europe. “We plan to be fully available worldwide in March,” said Skype.
From the onset, the iPhone has supported common features such as mid-call switching to an incoming phone call, creating a conference call between multiple parties and more. These features extend to FaceTime, Apple’s solution for making audio and video calls over the Internet that bypass a carrier’s voice network.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to make a quick transition to a FaceTime call on your iPhone without hanging up on the current call.