iOS 12.1.1 brings Live Photos back to FaceTime calls

iOS 12 has brought many new features, especially at the FaceTime level, and it is that the latest versions of the operating system of the Cupertino company have allowed us to use even the most expensive and Animoji in real time while making phone calls. Take this opportunity to remind you that the Group Face Time feature is another of the most acclaimed by users.

The latest beta of iOS 12.1.1 has brought Live Photos back to FaceTime calls and also hides certain improvements. This is how the Cupertino company wants to continue attracting us to its video call service.

Now with iOS 12.1.1 the navigation system through FaceTime has been slightly redesigned, and it is that with these additions it had become a bit rough and complicated to reverse when we applied one of them, so it is appreciated that some icons such as Mute or end the call have suffered some tweaks that make the interface more friendly, especially in a market like Spain where there is little feeling with this type of services that Apple provides to all its users for free, as well as the instant messaging platform integrated in Messages.

It is well known that we can take screenshots of FaceTime calls by pressing the white circle offered in the lower left corner of the screen, however, the function of taking Live Photos had disappeared in the latest versions of the application. For those users who had some esteem for this feature, you are welcome, since In the next official iOS update you can take Live Photos directly from a FaceTime. Small additions in which Apple works to attract users, although it has very tough competitors such as Skype, veteran in this of video calls.

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