Apple Considering Video Call For The IPhone

Posted: Feb 3 2009, 2:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:55pm CDT, in News | Apple

 
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There are lots of things that your average iPhone user really likes about the iPhone and probably many things that most iPhone user's wish was better. One of the things I want is better battery life and a camera that works decently and can record video.

Another of the common things iPhone users want is video calling. According to Information Week Apple is planning to add video calling to the feature list for the iPhone. The plans for video calling came from the vague and nebulous patent Apple was issued covering multi-touch and gesture control.

Apparently scattered throughout the long and boring patent granted to Apple were many mentions of video calling. Information Week believes that Apple is planning to make the iPhone a video conferencing call device. I'm not sure that is a feature I would ever use, but it's nice to see Apple looking to add features to the iPhone.

Via InformationWeek

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