The i Phone 4’s front-facing camera isn’t just hanging out to help you take self-portrait pics, it’s hanging out to help you do some good ole fashioned 2-way video calling – Apple calls it “Face Time.” Thanks to some technical jiggering of the i Phone OS, excuse us, i OS 4, the i Phone 4 and all future Apple phones with front-facing cameras will allow you to get in touch with your friends and family on a more personal level. If you happen to be calling a friend with an i Phone 4, you’ll be given the option to switch the call into video-call mode at the tap of a finger. If you want to go face-to-face, use the front-facing camera.
Video calling has been around for a while (and made more famous recently on the Sprint HTC EVO 4G), but it took Apple’s attention to intuitive usability and “just worksness” to potentially take 2-way vid calls to a new level. Or, if you’d like to show your buddy the goings-on on the other side of the handset, you can use the rear-facing camera.
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