Captain Kirk isn’t the only one who gets to video chat these days.If your kids have a smart phone or laptop, they are likely having a lot of fun online.These two babies enjoyed a full blown conversation over a video chat.One of the infants sits on a sofa next to her mother while the other is seen on the mobile phone screen wearing a blue bib.Israeli website is reporting that multi-person Face Time — which can supposedly host up to five people at once — will be one of several new upgrades hitting i Phones everywhere in June."The next update, i OS 11, will include several new features, one of which is able to make a call multi-user video service Face Time," reads 's article, as translated from Hebrew."According to information reaching the site, the next update for i OS 11, will be a more 'social' update that will put an emphasis primarily on chats on i Message and Face Time."And also picked up on the tip.Users suddenly had access to dozens of new emoji, and the ability to send messages with special effects like fireworks or balloons, more easily take and send photos to friends, and more.So if group Face Time in the cards, it's only further proof that the i Phone is the social butterfly's go-to communication device.
Skyping and video chat can take a turn for the worst as onetime innocent online chats evolve into inappropriate conversations, sexting, and dangerous relationships.
They blurt sounds and laugh to each other in an exchange that gets increasingly animated as the call goes on.
Meanwhile their parents, thought to be from the USA, laugh at the duo's adorable antics. One said: 'Wonder what the babies were talking about?
Skype added group video chats last year, and the teen-friendly Houseparty also supports video chats with up to five people at once.
An update to Face Time that adds group video calls will be a big deal for most people, but for some it'll just be catchup.