Apple to Add Email-Based FaceTime Functionality For iPods and iPads

If the newest iOS beta is any sort of indication, the rumors we’ve been hearing about front-facing cameras being key features of new models of the iPod Touch and iPad could be more than just a simple whisper on the streets of Cupertino. The new beta adds a new option for connecting through FaceTime via e-mail addresses, rather than just phone numbers.

Since iPods and iPads don’t have phone capabilities, and as a result, don’t have phone numbers, adding e-mail functionality seems like a logical solution for providing FaceTime on more devices than just the iPhone 4.


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