MacOS 10.14.1 beta 1 returned group calls on FaceTime

After September 24, the official release of macOS Mojave, Apple have already released a first test build to developers and a public beta version of macOS 10.14.1, which added a group video calling FaceTime.

In addition to bug fixes, the first beta version 10.14.1 back the possibility of making group video calls with FaceTime. A function was presented in June at WWDC. Originally it was planned that it will be present in the Mojave 10.14 macOS, but Apple “cut out” this feature in the beta testing process, arguing that it would not be ready on time. However, the company promised to bring group video calling to the end of this year.

This feature has also been removed from pre-iOS 12, but came back in the first beta version of iOS 12.1. Because of this anyone to work with the latest beta versions of Apple can make FaceTime calls with up to 32 people.

Earlier this week, Apple released macOS 10.14.1 beta 1 for those who registered in the developer program which costs $ 99 a year. Now the update is available to all who will join the Apple Beta.

Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! I’m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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