FaceTime Set to Come to Mac OS X and Windows

French site Mac4Ever briefly reports that iLife '11 may finally be nearing a launch and that Apple's FaceTime video calling feature currently available on iPhone 4 and fourth-generation iPod touch may be set to come to both Mac and Windows platforms, a move which would provide a significant boost to the feature's appeal. FaceTime is […]

French site Mac4Ever briefly reports that iLife '11 may finally be nearing a launch and that Apple's FaceTime video calling feature currently available on iPhone 4 and fourth-generation iPod touch may be set to come to both Mac and Windows platforms, a move which would provide a significant boost to the feature's appeal. FaceTime is said to be integrated into iChat on Mac OS X, although there's no word on how it would be offered on Windows.

To begin with, iLife '11, which was announced this summer (along with the disappearance of iDVD), might finally come out very very soon. Moreover, it's rumored that Apple is getting ready to release Facetime for Mac and PC, with the Mac version being integrated into the iChat software.

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