Using FaceTime in MacBook

Facetime on MacBook

The FaceTime application is more known to use with iPhone or iPad. However, FaceTime can also be used in your MacBook as well. However, for your MacBook to be able to use FaceTime, the operating system of the MacBook must be at least the OS X Mountain Lion, OS X Lion, Mac OS X v10.6.6 or later. The FaceTime is already been pre-installed in the OS X Mountain Lion and OS X Lion. The MacBook must also have a working camera and also microphone as this is needed for the video calling via FaceTime. However, you can also use external camera as well as microphone. Just make sure you choose the external camera and microphone in the FaceTime settings.



So, how can you use FaceTime in your MacBook? First of all, if you could not see any FaceTime icon, please ensure that the FaceTime is activated in your MacBook. You can activate your FaceTime in your MacBook by using your Apple ID for registration. By registration using Apple ID, any calls or received calls are made based on your Apple ID. It is similar to the function when you use FaceTime in your iPad or IPhone. If you still do not have one, you can easily sign up your Apple ID in the Apple.com website. If you still having problem of connecting your FaceTime using your MacBook, there are probably some basic trouble shooting that you can do to ensure your FaceTime is running smoothly. First, you need to ensure you have a good internet connection. Any unstable internet connection will make your FaceTime connection disrupted. You can also check in the preferences settings that your FaceTime is activated by toggling the on button. Once your FaceTime is activated, you can use your FaceTime to make video and also audio calls to any of Apple mobile devices such as iPhone and also iPad.


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