Watch FaceTime for Android on Apple iPhone 4S
Apple is rolling out FaceTime audio calling for the iPhone 4s, according to AppleInsider.
The update is now available to all users who have the software installed.
AppleInsiders was not able to confirm whether the new feature is limited to Apple users or if it is available to anyone else.
If you don’t already have the iPhone in the store, you will need to download the app and install it from there.
If you don�t have the app installed, you can install it using the command line and tap on the button.
Once installed, the app will bring up a new screen showing the current number of FaceTime calls and messages.
Tap on the number of people to see their FaceTime call or message history.
Tap the “Add a Call” button to add a call or SMS to the existing one.
You will be prompted to confirm the number and send the call or text.
Once you have confirmed that the call is being recorded, you need to wait for the recording to finish.
You can check the status of FaceTiming calls and SMSes by tapping on the status bar in the upper left corner.
Once FaceTime has finished recording, you should see a green line and a notification that says, “You have just completed a FaceTime video call.”
After the video call or call has ended, the video is recorded and is available for viewing in the app.
To continue recording a FaceTimed call or a FaceText message, just tap the “Continue Recording” button on the top right corner of the video.
FaceTime calls can be accessed via the new “Record” button in the top left corner of videos.
You will then see a list of the calls, including the call’s location.
You can also send FaceTimers or FaceText messages directly to a contact, or simply share the video from your iPhone to other people.
The iPhone 4 supports FaceTime in the following languages:English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese.