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25-Nov-2016 14:07

I think it’s related to Virus Barrier X6, but I can’t figure out what the exact problem is. I have an application that detects corrupt mp3 files.

The thing is, some of these mp3s that the application claims are corrupt still synch fine to my I-Tunes. Ok so me and my boyfriend were Face Timeing on out i Pod touches…and he had to go do something so we both hung up…then he tried to call me back again.

There’s not, as of yet, a way to leave video messages for people who you can’t reach on the other side—true Visual Voicemail. A call that’s rejected on one device stops another device from continuing to ring—not immediately, but quickly—and lists of missed calls are independently maintained by the devices, though a call accepted on one device does not appear as missed on others.

Notably, the i Phone 4 does keep a list of calls missed even when it’s not Wi-Fi connected; there, the Face Time ring and connection screen never appear on the device, but the call history gets updated to show that you missed a Face Time calling attempt. One Thing Face Time Can Do On Macs But Not i Phones: Cellular Calling.

The i Phone 4 can only use a phone number to place and receive Face Time calls.

I have an Imac and an Ipod touch 4G and I want to be able to use Facetime between them both, but I only have 1 Itunes account and 1 email address.

We’ve seen it work over Verizon cellular 3G and over Rogers tethering, ironically from a connected i Phone 4, and it’s smoother than an i Chat connection over the same networks. Let’s say I have my laptop at work, my i Mac at home and my i Pod touch 4G, all configured with Facetime, using the same email address. Keep in mind that you can have multiple e-mail addresses associated with a single Apple ID, and you don’t have to associate the same e-mail addresses with each Face Time device, so you could have a work e-mail address setup on your computer at the office and a personal e-mail address that you use on your i Pod touch.

While the Verizon cellular connection was laggy, the video looked pretty good otherwise, and the audio was entirely understandable, though a little slow. Note that the i Phone 4 is left out of this particular party.

The i Phone 4 requires you to have a Wi-Fi connection in order to make a Face Time call, and so do i Pod touches.

But the Mac doesn’t—if it’s on a wired network, or even on a cellular 3G broadband USB adapter, it can make and receive Face Time calls. If my wife is at home on the i Mac and me at work on the laptop, we both get a chance to answer? All devices configured with the same e-mail address will simultaneously ring when a Face Time call comes in and you can answer on any ONE of those devices.

I have an Imac and an Ipod touch 4G and I want to be able to use Facetime between them both, but I only have 1 Itunes account and 1 email address.

We’ve seen it work over Verizon cellular 3G and over Rogers tethering, ironically from a connected i Phone 4, and it’s smoother than an i Chat connection over the same networks. Let’s say I have my laptop at work, my i Mac at home and my i Pod touch 4G, all configured with Facetime, using the same email address. Keep in mind that you can have multiple e-mail addresses associated with a single Apple ID, and you don’t have to associate the same e-mail addresses with each Face Time device, so you could have a work e-mail address setup on your computer at the office and a personal e-mail address that you use on your i Pod touch.

While the Verizon cellular connection was laggy, the video looked pretty good otherwise, and the audio was entirely understandable, though a little slow. Note that the i Phone 4 is left out of this particular party.

The i Phone 4 requires you to have a Wi-Fi connection in order to make a Face Time call, and so do i Pod touches.

But the Mac doesn’t—if it’s on a wired network, or even on a cellular 3G broadband USB adapter, it can make and receive Face Time calls. If my wife is at home on the i Mac and me at work on the laptop, we both get a chance to answer? All devices configured with the same e-mail address will simultaneously ring when a Face Time call comes in and you can answer on any ONE of those devices.

Both sets of video and audio feeds were smooth on both ends, which isn’t a huge surprise given that Macs have been able to handle four-person i Chat sessions for years, but speaks to Face Time’s ability to handle multiple discussions over different devices in public Wi-Fi settings. In addition to whatever color rendition and resolution differences there may be between devices—and we have at this point seen some Mac camera output that is noticeably higher in resolution than i OS camera quality—the i Pod touch and i Phone 4 cameras have different aspect ratios: thus far, our testing on past and current-generation Macs has shown aspect ratios for either tall or wide video, while i Phones and i Pod touches have 3:2 aspect ratios. Once again, the Mac by default shows a Mac caller in portrait mode rather than landscape, a big difference relative to the default landscape presentation of i Chat/i Sight videos.