Video reactions in iOS 17 and macOS Sonoma aren't always a good thing to have enabled for all conversations. Here's how to turn them off.
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided it doesn't want to look into the patent battle between VirnetX and Apple, effectively ending VirnetX's chances of reviving a $503 million verdict.
Just as macOS Sonoma has introduced gesture-based reactions in video calls, the same feature has come to iOS 17 and iPadOS 17 to add augmented reality graphics to your video calls. Here's how to use the feature on your iPhone or iPad.
A new feature of tvOS 17 and iOS 17 brings FaceTime video to Apple TV 4K. Here's how to get it set up, and how it works.
You can turn yourself into a weather presenter in your video calls, or keep eye contact with your audience as you show them slides while using Presenter Overlay in macOS Sonoma. Here's how it works — and, at present, when it doesn't work
Once Apple users upgrade to iOS 17, they can leave video voicemails on FaceTime in situations where the recipient doesn't answer the incoming call. Here's how to leave a FaceTime voicemail.
From recognizing that you've raised your hand to speak, to showing you being rained on for some reason, macOS Sonoma is transforming the familiar video call. Here's how to use it.
Apple is refusing to compromise iPhone and Mac security, and will cut off FaceTime and iMessage in the UK should the new Online Safety Bill challenging end-to-end encryption be passed as it stands.
Apple and Microsoft have provided details of their methods for detecting or preventing child sexual abuse material distribution, and an Australian regulator has found their efforts lacking.