As time ticked on in Steve Jobs’ keynote at Monday’s WWDC conference, we kept waiting for the Apple chief to showcase the iPhone 4’s front facing camera. When he finally did, it was not a Skype app that many assumed, but an Apple’s original called FaceTime.
FaceTime is built into the version 4 operating system that Apple is now calling iOS 4 since it powers the iPhone,
The good news: FaceTime will require no set up, so firing up video chats should be intuitive even for VoIP novices.
The bad news: At launch, FaceTime will only run over Wi-Fi, and only on the iPhone 4.