Apple’s FaceTime feature is a great way to keep in touch with people, but how much data does a video call use? If you’re concerned about usage stats—whether for FaceTime video or for audio-only calls—we’ll tell you how to find out how much you’ve consumed on any particular conversation!
Upgraded to iOS 12 and can’t find the flip camera button in FaceTime? It’s not gone, Apple has just hidden it behind a new options menu. Here’s how to find it.
iPhone calling in OS X Yosemite is a cool new feature, but the default ringtone can be annoying and startling, especially when you’re not expecting a call. Thankfully, just like iOS, you can change your OS X iPhone calling ringtone. Here’s how to do it.
The ability to make and receive iPhone calls on your Mac is one of the great new features in OS X Yosemite, but it’s definitely not for everyone. If you’d prefer to keep your calls private, instead of having your Mac ring loudly throughout your office, we’ll show you how to disable iPhone calling in Yosemite.
Apple developers noticed an interesting new feature in the first preview build of OS X Mavericks 10.9.2: it looks like FaceTime Audio, a high quality VoIP service introduced in iOS 7, will soon be coming to the Mac.
Apple does a good job of providing customers with a unified experience across all devices with iCloud syncing, but one inconsistency that the company has yet to address is iOS Favorites and Mail VIPs. Here’s why (and how) Apple should merge the two features.