Apple Unveils FaceTime for Android and Windows Users
Apple's WWDC 2021 event on June 7 unveiled a number of exciting updates including FaceTime for Android and Windows users via the web.
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Apple claimed the limelight during its June 7 WWDC 2021 event, during which it unveiled a number of exciting updates to its software.
Following the company's recent Spring Loaded event, Apple fans and users enjoyed a number of new announcements at yesterday's, June 7, event. It's looking to be a good year for Apple users.
Firstly, Apple showcased all its new iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 features, set to launch in the fall — and there are some goodies.
iOS 15 and iPadOS 15
Packed with new features, perhaps one of the iOS 15's most anticipated points is the fact that FaceTime is now also available for Android and Windows users via a web link. More akin to Zoom now, FaceTime has also seen updates so users can share their screens, stream movies and listen to music simultaneously with all information shared on everyone's individual screen, have a blurred out background, a grid view, and spatial audio, among other additions.