Apple says iOS 12 won't support group FaceTime calls at launch

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The Next Web—Back in June, Apple made a big fuss about group calls coming to FaceTime in iOS 12 – but it looks like the feature won’t arrive for a while yet. 9to5Mac reported that the iOS 12 Developer beta 7’s release notes point to Group FaceTime being pushed to a future software update later this fall. That’s a bummer for folks who have been waiting to try video chatting on their iPhones with up to 32 people at once. The feature is also slated to arrive on macOS Mojave, but it’s safe to assume that this...

Apple Removes Group FaceTime From iOS 12 and macOS Mojave, Says It'll Launch Later This Year. Apple today removed Group FaceTime from the latest iOS 12 and macOS Mojave betas, which were released this morning, and has instead decided to release the feature at a later date. One of the key features of iOS 12 and macOS Mojave, Group FaceTime is designed to allow up to 32 people to chat together at one time via FaceTime audio or FaceTime video. The feature has been available in iOS 12 and macOS Mojave since the first betas became available in June, and it's not clear why Apple has...