The launch of FaceTime in 2010 and iMessage in 2011 has become an important communication service for Apple (Apple). A former Apple engineer recently shared the story of the late Apple founderJobs(Steve Jobs) First time seeing FaceTime.
Justin Santamaria, a former Apple engineer, talked about the process of inventing FaceTime and iMessage on a Podcast. He said that he was in the boss’s office with a team, and there were two other groups of people in different offices. Four groups of computers were set up to show the results of the FaceTime beta version. . He still remembers being told, “No matter what happens, just pretend it’s going well.”
Since FaceTime will be published in a few weeks, he said that when Jobs first showed the results, Jobs heard the “woom” from FaceTime and excitedly shouted “My God, I want to let The outside world was shocked.”
FaceTime is a video calling application software released by Jobs on June 7, 2010 with iPhone 4. It can be used on supported iOS devices or iPadOS devices through Wi-Fi or mobile network, and requires the other party’s phone number or Only registered email addresses can be used.Now in iOS 15, you can use “Simultaneous Sharing”, “Share Screen” and even “Voice” on FaceTimeisolate” to filter the background sound, which is very convenient.