Had my iPhone now for over two years and never used FaceTime once. Sometimes being on the luddite edge has its advantages.
Apple has released a bundle of patches to fix security holes in OS X, iOS, iTunes and Safari. The bevy of updates also includes fixes for a number of issues in Apple's iCloud and iTunes for Windows software. Among the most startling vulnerabilities addressed in the updates is a man-in-the-middle flaw discovered in FaceTime by …
FaceTime is one of the killer features. The calls are also encrypted what is not the case with most VoIP calls. When your family is spread around the globe you really appreciate such a cost saving feature. A virtual guided tour around the premises is nice. And if you are sitting in the bathtub there are also audio only FaceTime calls.
Old Nokia suits me just fine, not very popular so up to a week between recharges, gave the iphone away donks ago to a friends child.
So don't use social media that much although judging by the way people use it maybe it should be renamed social voyeurism.
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