One of the nice features of the iPhone 4 that has captured the interest of many is Facetime video chat which allows users to hold a video conference call over a WiFi connection without using airtime minutes from the mobile carrier. It’s because of the popularity of this feature that it appears that plans are underway to port it over to the iPad and the iPod Touch.
This isn’t going to happen overnight as the current generation of these devices do not come with an integrated camera, but it’s believed that the next generation of the iPad and the iPod Touch will both include a digital camera, making Facetime a reality. Currently, the iPad has an identical processor chip as the iPhone and the new iPod Touch will follow suit as well. In order to use Facetime, mobile users will only need to have a WiFi connection and a valid Apple ID.
Could you see yourself using Facetime on an iPad?
Via: TG Daily