What is FaceTime?
FaceTime is a video and audio calling app which comes free with all new Apple devices or can be purchased on older Apple devices. FaceTime video calls can be one-to-one or group-to-group, and allow for camera flipping, screen rotation and screenshots. Calls can be made to either another person’s Apple ID (email address) or a standard phone number. FaceTime alerts will ring on multiple Apple devices if they are signed into the same account. With FaceTime Audio, users can make voice calls over Wi-Fi without using their mobile data.
How do people use FaceTime?
Learn about the risks and benefits associated with audio and video calling apps like FaceTime.
How can you block someone from contacting you?
- Block a contact
Learn how to block voice calls, FaceTime calls, and text messages from unwanted callers.
How can you protect your personal information?
- Apple Privacy Settings and Controls
Learn how make your Apple account as secure as possible.
- Facetime Privacy
Learn more about how FaceTime works, Apple’s message encryption system and what information may be shared about you while using FaceTime