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In particular, when Face Timing with someone and messages, emails, or other notifications are received, the Face Time chat will be paused when looked at.
On the i Phone, a user can activate Face Time during a phone call by pressing the Face Time button, or initiated Face Time from their call history or the Contacts application.
The Face Time protocol is based on numerous open industry standards Upon the launch of the i Phone 4, Jobs stated that Apple would immediately start working with standards bodies to make the Face Time protocol an "open industry standard".
While the protocols are open standards, Apple's Face Time service requires a client-side certificate.
A single email address can be registered to multiple devices and a call placed to that address rings all devices simultaneously.
Until the release of i OS 6, Face Time required a Wi Fi connection to work.
Apple claims that it intended to provide the application free of charge, however, a provision of the Sarbanes–Oxley Act (2002) bars companies from providing an unadvertised new feature of an already-sold product without enduring "onerous accounting measures".
On March 2, 2011, Face Time support was announced for the newly introduced i Pad 2, which gained forward- and rear-facing cameras.
The i OS 7 betas limited Face Time Audio to calls placed on a Wi-Fi network (the same original limitation of the video version of Face Time), but the final release has removed that restriction to allow it to work over 3G and LTE data connections, as is the case with most carriers and plans with regard to Face Time with video.
Like the video version, Face Time Audio is currently only available between Apple devices.