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WWDC 2021: Apple introduces FaceTime service, Android and Windows users will be able to use it

 New Delhi, Tech Desk. Veteran tech company Apple has introduced FaceTime service for its users keeping in mind the increasing spread of corona infection at the WWDC 2021 event. Through this, users will be able to participate in video calls from different devices. The FaceTime service will also be available for Android and Windows users. Earlier this service could be used only by users of iOS and Mac devices.



Video call scheduling feature will be available in FaceTime


Through FaceTime, users will be able to schedule video and audio calls. Along with this, there will also be an option to create a link, which users will be able to share with each other before the call. At the same time, this will give a tough competition to Google Meet, Zoom and Microsoft Teams.


Launching of FaceTime


Apple has not yet given any information regarding the launch of FaceTime. It is expected that this service will be launched soon in the coming days. Also, users will get the support of the latest features in it.

iOS 15 Operating System Unveiled


Let us tell you that the company has unveiled the iOS 15 operating system at the WWDC 2021 event. Talking about iOS 15, it is a great operating system. Users will get the support of the latest features in this operating system. Let's know in detail about the top features of iOS 15 ...

Notification feature: Notifications have been redesigned in the iOS 15 operating system. In this, users will see the big icon and the photo of the contact. Apart from this, users will also get the support of systemwide DND mode.


iMessage: iOS 15's iMessage is awesome. In i-Message, users will be able to easily search for articles as well as videos and photos. Users will see Apple News, Music, Photos, Safari, Podcasts etc. Along with this, there will be an option to pin the chat in i-message.

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