The last month of the year is approaching, so Apple has decided to create a new ad that focuses on Facebook's group call. This feature is available on iPhone, Apple Watch and Mac that use watchOS 5.1, iOS 12.1 and macOS 10.14.1.
This one-minute clip shows people who look like Elvis Presley and sing There's Always Me. Elvis talks to each other using Facebook Time and is singing.
Of course, it is not possible to say whether the people in this ad are talking to 32 people at the same time. The ad ends with "Face Time Group on iPhone."
Facebook's group call feature is one of the features that people have been calling for since 2010. One of the strengths of group call contact on Facebook compared to competitors is that there is no such thing as a "host".
This means that everyone, regardless of whether they are the initiator of a group call or not, can leave the group without worrying about the group's disappearance and leave the group call. This is possible both audio and video.
The group's face time also dynamically detects who is speaking and makes them the main voices receiving. This leads to the loss of additional sounds. This issue must be considered in a group call between 32 people.
Below you can watch Apple's new promotional clip for iPhone Group Face Time with the presence of several Elvis Presley: